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 Organic Roach Repellent?

Answer Roaches are typically found in areas with a large amount of filth and food, but they can enter a clean home or apartment when searching for food. Even if you clean your home frequently, it's still ... Read More »
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Cedar As a Roach Repellent?

Roach sprays and chemicals for cockroaches can be expensive and require multiple treatments and sprayings. Cedar is a natural product that repels roaches because its harsh scent acts as a deterrent... Read More »
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Organic Fly Repellent?

Flies enter your home through open windows and doors. Once inside, they feed off your food and lay eggs, which leads to a bigger fly problem. Fly strips and sprays are designed to kill the pests, w... Read More »
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Organic Cucumber Beetle Repellent?

Despite the name, cucumber beetles are attracted to plants other than cucumbers, including corn, peas, tomatoes, squash and melons. Without the use of organic repellents, the cucumber beetles can d... Read More »
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Is it worth buying organic seeds and what is the difference between organic and non-organic seeds?

Well, now wait a minute. If the seeds were produced by Monsanto, there are genetically modified seed. No getting around that one. You have to read the package to see where the seeds originated f... Read More »
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