How can i make coffee into a bug killer for plants?

Posted by admin on August 22, 2010 in coffee excellence |

So i heard coffee can be used as a pesticide killer to keep bug away from plants but i wanted to know do i actually make the coffee or use coffee grounds? Do i spray in on the plants? How much do i use? and how many times should i spray the plants with the coffee. It’s a vegetable garden just to let you know. Thanks for the help!!

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  • Sew What? says:

    I’ve never heard of that. I add used coffee grounds to my compost pile and I’ve used left over coffee from the pot to water plants indoors and out.

    I don’t use anything as a preventative spray. I take care of insect and pest problems when they occur if necessary.

    The things I have to watch for are: aphids, ants, cabbage lopers, squash bugs, tomato horn worms, cucumber beetles and grasshoppers. I use the common organic pest controls for them. I use Remay insect barriers for Cucumber beetles and grasshoppers

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