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I spent the day out working in the yard. Glad to finally have a break from all the rain although my grass and plants sure have been enjoying it. While I was weeding the flower beds, I noticed that a good number of beetles and ants on the plants.
And lots of my rose bush leaves looked like they were being some pesky bugs dinner for the day. Not cool bugs, not cool!
This is not what you want to see in your garden.
But thankfully, GardenTech had sent me a product that was perfect to fix this problem. It is called Garden Tech Worry Free insecticide and miticide. It is derived from Chrysanthemum flowers and kills on contact!
Worry Free® Insecticides can be applied anytime during the growing season, including right up until the day before harvest on vegetable plants. Initial application should occur at the first sign of insect infestation, preferably before extensive damage and feeding has taken place. So perfect time for me to apply it to my flower garden and plants.
I loved that this “ready-to-use” formula was so easy to use – just spray on the top and bottom of the leaves. If you are wanting to treat a larger area they also have concentrate, dust, and hose-accessible formulas available too.
Hoping that I won’t be seeing any more bugs or evidence of bugs in my garden.
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