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How do I stop bugs eating my tomatoes?
Last Updated: 22nd February, 2020
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Also asked, how do I keep bugs off my tomatoes?
Plant companion plants next to your tomato plantsthat will naturally deter bugs from residing on or near yourbeloved fruit. Plant asparagus, basil, beans, bee balm, borage,chives, garlic, mint, marigolds, anise, nasturtium, onion, parsley,peppers or petunias near your tomatoes to ward offunwanted visitors.
Subsequently, question is, how do I keep bugs from eating my plants? Try These 10 NaturalInsecticides
- Soapy water. Mix 5 tablespoons of dish soap with 4 cups ofwater in a bottle and spray plants with the solution.
- Neem oil spray.
- Pyrethrum spray.
- Pepper spray.
- Herbal water spray.
- Alcohol spray.
Keeping this in consideration, what bugs are eating my tomatoes?
Flea beetles are yet another insect pest oftomato plants. These tiny metallic, dark brown beetleseat holes in the leaves, which will eventually stunt or evenkill young plants. Remove weeds around the plants where the beetlesnest and spray the tomatoes with an insecticidalsoap.
How do I get rid of bugs in my vegetable garden naturally?
Get Rid of These 8 Common Garden Pests-Naturally!
- Neem Oil– diluted and sprayed on your plants to repelaphids.
- Soap and water- dilute a bit of dishsoap and water to spray oninfected plants.
- Mix a few drops of peppermint, clove and rosemary essentialoils in a spray bottle full of water and spray on affectedplants.