Homemade Pest Control Remedies

There is a lot of alternative way to make homemade pest control and remedies that is in expensive.

Lots of homemade sprays have been used with good results to control harmful insects.

All pesticides are toxic, while often effective against pests and can be dangerous for your family and pets. While Outdoors, sprayed pesticides might drift on a breeze and dust your vegetable garden or your neighbor’s yard. And indoors, pesticides can linger in the air, exposing the family to harmful chemicals.

The best way to control pests is prevention, but there are times when even the most thorough preventative measures will not save you from intruders, so this article discusses both preventative pest control methods and nontoxic pest control products.

Always keep your home clean, the most effective pest control method. Don’t leave your food or dirty dishes lying around the house, animals and insects won’t be attracted to the smell. Wipe with cloth inside pantries and cabinets, under and around the stove and refrigerator at least once a year.

Cover cracks in your house, you can minimize places for insects to hide and nest them and target bathrooms and the kitchen, especially doors and windows.

Kinds of traps available in the market that target many kinds of pests. Such as sticky traps for cockroaches, glue boards for mice, flypaper, bug zappers, and traps specifically for rats, gophers, or moles.

Pheromones can be used in traps as bait, essentially insect scent hormones, By means of emitting the scent of the female insect, pheromones can be used to lure males into a trap, where they are caught in sticky glue. They are only attracted by pheromones emitted by their own kind, so you need to know exactly what kind of insects you’re trying to eliminate and plan accordingly.

Organic control is more often used in agriculture but can sometimes be used in home and garden situations as well. Usually it means using desirable organisms to eliminate undesirable organisms. Planting certain plants in your garden can deter certain pests. Spearmint repels ants. Most spiders eat fruit flies and houseflies, so it may be worth leaving some of those webs around.

All nontoxic repellents available for pest control. The most popular are mosquito repellents, but if you look around, you can find repellents that target other pests. Herbs are available like eucalyptus and wormwood, are best known for repelling animals and insects.

Source by Mitch Edwards

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