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This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of SaferBrand. nike homme pas cher All opinions are 100% mine. Gardening is happiness. Moncler doudoune pas cher bottes timberland iphone 6 case red and black Don’t you think? Well, I have the ultimate best-ever super fantastic prize: Safer® Brand EndALL insect spray (for organic gardening) for one lucky gardener! I know that you want details, right? Sorry, contest is over.

Safer® Brand End ALL Insect Killer

All you have to do in order to enter is email me with a picture of your garden or of your garden produce. Seriously. That’s it! Here’s my email address: lacy@razorfamilyfarms.com I’ll post your pictures and we’ll vote in the comment section. The winner will get a brand spanking new 32 fluid ounce bottle of Safer® Brand End ALL Insect Killer for organic gardening. basket timberland iphone 7 plus phone case magnetic

Safer® Brand End ALL Insect Killer with my chickens

Finding an effective insect killer that is approved for organic gardening should be Indiana Jones’ next great adventure. timberland soldes carbon fibre case iphone 6 plus I can’t tell you how many products I’ve tried with hopes high — only to watch my plants fall victim to beetles or mealybugs. Well, until I tried Safer® Brand End ALL Insect Killer which simply must be made of unicorn tears or starshine because it actually works!* Keep in mind that I live in west-central Georgia, the predaceous bug capital of the free world. If an (organic gardening) insect killer works here, then it’s probably time to contact the Vatican about a miracle. Safer® Brand End ALL Insect Killer kills forty-five different insects including (but not limited to):

  • aphids (including rose aphids)
  • various beetles (including Japanese beetles, flea beetles, asparagus beetles, bean beetles, blister beetles, Colorado potato beetles, cucumber beetles, Asian lady beetles, etc.)
  • caterpillars and larvae (including gypsy moth caterpillars & larvae, cabbage loopers, imported cabbageworm, armyworms, hornworms, cross-striped cabbage worms, fireworms, diamond back moth larvae, tent caterpillars, etc.)
  • harlequin bugs
  • box elder bugs
  • earwigs
  • scale crawlers
  • leaf hoppers & green peachleaf hoppers
  • mealybugs
  • stink bugs
  • whiteflies
  • spider mites
  • sowbugs
  • cinch bugs
  • billbugs
  • lawn moths
  • thrips
  • weevils
  • harmful worms (naval orange worm, bagworms, etc.)
  • sawfly larvae
  • psyllids (including pear psyllids)
Can you believe that list? You may use this insect killer right up to the day of harvest. There’s no residue either! No more frightening white powders or gummy residue that won’t scrub off the produce.

Safer® Brand End ALL Insect Killer next to one of my goats

My gardening philosophy is fairly simple. I try to surround my precious fruits and vegetables with natural insect repellents: marigolds, orange peels, cedar chips, mint, geraniums, sage, and rosemary. nike air max femme Timberland Homme Pas Cher iphone 6 case boxing These are natural pesticides which discourage those unwanted guests from lingering in the garden patch (to name a few: tomato hornworms, Japanese beetles, aphids, and others). Only, I mean ONLY, if those have failed to protect my food source do I resort to the use of sprays. timberland femme pas cher apple iphone 6 shock proof case Even then, I try to use them sparingly and make sure that they pass the following checklist:
Safer® Brand End ALL Insect Killer has a unique formulation of organic insecticides blended to kill insects in all stages of life (eggs, larvae, adults) on contact. chaussures asics The blend:
  • soap (not detergent, which is derived from petroleum by-products)
  • Organic Pyrethrin which kills adult and larval stages
  • Neem oil which kills the eggs to prevent re-infestation
Safer® Brand End ALL Insect Killer is safe to use on sensitive plants but be sure to test it on one leaf first, just in case. soldes new balance chaussures Also, as with all insecticides & repellents, do not apply the product in the heat of the day or those darling plants will burn up in the sun (suffer photo toxicity). soldes puma chaussures That rule applies to water, too!

Send me those pictures, folks! Enter and show off your gardening efforts. bottes timberland Who knows? You could be the recipient of my favorite insect killing spray.

Visit my sponsor: EndALL: Organic Insect Spray

*Product is not actually made from unicorn tears or starshine. doudoune moncler No unicorns were harmed in the publication of this post.

NOTE: The giveaway is financed by moi. acheter newbalance iphone 8 case purple silicon I just like the product that much.

  • Leah - Email sent. =) You always have the best contests and giveaways, Lacy!ReplyCancel

  • Simple Livin' gal - Thank you, Leah! Love your picture!ReplyCancel

  • amy - how nice! we have a late spring garden in colorado just sprouting now. not much to show i’m afraid. but i love hearing your promotion of the spray after all your experience!ReplyCancel

  • Simple Livin' gal - Perhaps some photos of tilled soil or sprouts, Amy? I’d love for you to be part of the contest!ReplyCancel

  • Julie at Elisharose - Do you call it a garden if you have tomato plants in your flower beds?ReplyCancel

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  • Kath - Off to look thru pictures!!ReplyCancel

  • Simple Livin' gal - Send them my way, Kath!ReplyCancel

  • kerry - sent my photo through flickr. hope that’s ok.ReplyCancel

  • Simple Livin' gal - Kerry —

    Excellent! I’m off to check now!

    -LacyReplyCancel

  • tipper - GREAT! My pic is on the way-can’t wait to see all the others!ReplyCancel

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  • Diane@Peaceful Acres - What will be voted on??? How bug laden it is or how gorgeous it is? No matter, I’m getting some of this since the harlequin bug decimates my greens. Thanks.ReplyCancel

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  • Simple Livin' gal - Diane: Got your photo and the contest photos will post tomorrow. Readers will place their votes in the comment box and the winner will be announced on Monday.ReplyCancel

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