Keep your house and garden pests free, with these organic pesticides:
Oil and soap mixture is proven to be an effective insecticide. This is because the oil can coat the insect’s body while the soap suffocates them. To do this, mix vegetable or white mineral oil and dish soap. Just be careful on the detergent you’re using and make sure that it is bleach free.
Soap spray is an inexpensive way to combat insect problems. Just mix 1 tablespoon of soap per quarts of water and put it in a clean bottle. Once mixed, you can now spray it on your plants.
Garlic bulbs contain an amino acid that converts into allicin when crushed. Due to the this, it creates a powerful smell that is detested by the pest. To make a garlic spray, just blend grated garlic cloves and water. This can be applied on different areas especially where there are termites or ants build up.
Chilli has a pungent aroma that pests hate. To make a chilli spray, mix 1 tablespoon of chilli powder on 1 litre of water. You can also put several drops of liquid soap before letting it boil. Once it cooled down, spray it to the area that you desired.
When you chopped the leaves of tomato, they release a toxin called alkaloids. Alkaloids is an ingredient that can kill aphids and other insects. To make this, just simply put the leaves in a litre of water and let it stay overnight.
This organic pesticide works well on ants and termites. As the salt fry their senses and cause them pain. To do this, mix two tablespoons of crystal salt into one gallon of warm water.
Neem oil does not only poison them, it could also block the hormones from working properly. Once the cycle is broken, the breed won’t survive. To make this, simply mix neem oil and two litres of warm water. Shake well and spray on the affected areas.
These tricks are only effective when you have minimal pests in your area. But to be sure, still, opt to pest control company in the Hills District of Brisbane company like Ian King Local Pest Control.