Hello Friends, Today we will look into a very
Powerful Recipe for the best organic pesticide which can be used as an all purpose or the
universal pesticide for both treatment and prevention of pests like aphids, mealybugs,
whiteflies, caterpillars and a lot of other pests and bugs in your garden. Stay tuned.. If you are interested in gardening, please
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on my new uploads. By using Chemical Pesticides in our garden,
we intentionally release harmful toxic and cancer producing substances into our environment. Thankfully, there are a number of easily available
natural substances that act as organic pesticides and are completely safe to use on our plants. These home made natural pesticides can kill
a variety of pests and bugs in our garden, either singly or in combinations. Combination of multiple substances can help
you to provide a broad spectrum killing of a variety of pests like Aphids, whiteflies,
mealybugs, spider mites, beetles, fleas, flies, mosquitoes, larvae, caterpillars, slugs and
snails and many more. Today, we will look into the formula or the
recipe to make this All-purpose cocktail pesticide and most important its completely organic
and safe to use. Before we go into the ingredients, make sure
you follow these three rules in applying this natural pesticide for your plants. 1. First and foremost, Always do a patch test
on a leaf or a branch before applying all over your garden. If your leaf is getting burnt or wilting,
then probably you need to reduce the concentration. And if you learn this adjustment, am sure
you will have a pest free garden one day. 2. Secondly, make sure your spray even on the
under sides of the leaves, and also flower buds and new growing shoots. 3. And lastly, do not apply during the sunny
hours. Best time is evening and after sunset. Now the Formula or the Recipe for this All
purpose Organic Pesticide: We add 4 Ingredients to make this powerful pesticide liquid. This formula is to make 1 litre of this solution. So to 1 litre of warm water we add: 10 Drops Clove Oil � if you do not have
clove oil, you can make a clove solution by taking 1 tablespoon of cloves and then crush
them roughly and add this to a cup of warm water and leave it for 1 or 2 hours and then
use this solution. Add a cup of this solution to water. But if you are using pure clove oil, you can
use 10 drops only. The one you are seeing here I purchased online
and this is approved by the ministry as a safe pesticide for organic vegetable gardening. You can use any pure clove oil brand from
your store. You can find a link to purchase this at my
website www.gkvk.in and also from a link in description below this video. 10 Drops Pure Neem Oil – get this from a trusted
source. Even this purchase link you can find in description. 5 � 10 Drops of Eucalyptus Oil � This
actually drives away bees and wasps. Use it if you do not mind driving away these
pollinators or sometimes they are scary for your kids or you have a risk of anaphylaxis
or allergic shock to bee or wasp stings or use them in special areas to protect your
kids from bee or wasp stings. 10 drops of liquid soap like dish wash soap
liquid for the coating or surfactant effect. Its easy to remember this Formula like the
Rule of 10 – that is 10 drops of each of these 4 ingredients. Mix this well and load into your spray bottle
and spray on your plants but first do a patch test and follow the rules already mentioned
earlier. i have used this same recipe and cleared almost
all pests from my plants. Initially you can use this weekly once for
3 weeks and eradicate all pests from your garden. Then as a maintenance dose or prophylactic
use it in little lesser dilution atleast once every fortnight or atleast once a month. Also watch my videos on Universal Fertilizer
Recipe and Universal Potting Mix Recipes from the end screen links. So there you have it folks, if you like this
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