Added by on 2018-09-27

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares his proven methods to control pests in your organic vegetable garden. In this epsiode, John shares with you his top ways to prevent a pest infestation in the first place, and then shares his techniques for dealing with bugs in the garden. Next, special guest, Josh will enlighten you on why chemical pesticides should not be used in your garden and the safe, effective #1 alternative to get proven results to rid the pests from your garden once and for all. To purchase the neem oil and dr. bronners sal-suds soap package deal at special discounted GYG price, visit: http://www.boogiebrew.net/gyg/ To purchase the Hudson Fog and Superclean neem at a discount, visit http://www.monstergardens.com/gyg and be sure to use coupon code GYG5 for 5% off your order at monstergardens.com Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsEasy Organic Pest Control for Your Vegetable GardenEASY Organic Pest Control – Vegetables Fruits Seedlings Plants in the GardenNatural Pest Control for Healthy Plants in your Vegetable GardenPraying Mantis – Best Natural Pest Control & benefits for your Garden Part 1Planet Orange Bay Area Pest Control – People and Pest Friendly SolutionsHow Pest Control in Weston can Prepare Your Home for Summer | Accurate Pest Control Inc

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20 Comments

  • Think you smoked to many California Tomatoes.

  • angshuman majumdar 3 weeks ago

    I have organic musroom .if u need wtsap me9475717435

  • Heather Reis 3 weeks ago

    would neem oil be good to use on herbs like basil? i noticed mine are being attacked by leaf miners, tried pinching them off but i dont think i got to it in time.

  • And roid 3 weeks ago

    the real info starts at 1020. I'm moving on bcs it's not sustainable.

  • sour mash 3 weeks ago

    looked like Japanese beatles.

  • HotRodX 3 weeks ago

    I hope with your info as well as the Boogie Brew guy Josh. I can grow nice natural non pest infested California Tomatos also 🙂 I bought myself some 100% pure Neem oil from my local grow store. Now Im going to order some plant safe mild natural soap. Ive been pretty careful not to use bad chemicals so far so I dont really want to go dumping any old dish soap onto my plants at this point x)

  • Patty Greytak 3 weeks ago

    Please tell me how long do I wait to eat the veggies after they've been sprayed with the neem & soap?

  • justj518 3 weeks ago

    OMG. Get to the point!!

  • Mike Eureka 3 weeks ago

    if my dad gave me money for snails I would have started a small snail farm !

  • Mike Eureka 3 weeks ago

    Joseph was able to put away SEVEN YEARS of food away in 7 years without the stupid modern ag business!

  • Gauguin Lyon 3 weeks ago

    Get off your soap box. You sound like a cure all peddler. Dr John's Medicinal Cure All.

  • Crincouski Studios 3 weeks ago

    Super interesting and informative, but found an Indian lady on here that gave 3 great natural tips in under 3 minutes.

  • lynn craig 3 weeks ago

    Does Neen oil kill leaf miners ,inside the leaf ? It's the first year I have had a bug problem…the whole neighborhood seems to have the problem .We had a warm winter this year. I wonder if that had anything to do with it .

  • Sherrie Graeter 3 weeks ago

    More Josh is great! Love learning about this stuff! Have a question about other pests this solution will treat? Webworms???

  • Paul F 3 weeks ago

    Yeah, it's old. But timeless; get yourself a copy of " The Secret Life Of Plants" and even more so, it's sequel: "Secrets Of The Soil" (Homeopathic soil treatments! That work! Crazy well! WAY bigger, healthier yields! Seriously!)

  • Nunya Biznis 3 weeks ago

    32+ minutes of unscientific, unproven bullshit.

  • ongges20 3 weeks ago

    he talks too much…

  • Von Dutch 3 weeks ago

    ludicrous prices on their website, buy products off amazon or organic suppliers instead, bye bye john

  • CaptTurbo 3 weeks ago

    A dollar for every snail in my garden would look like a democrat spending plan. Oh, and the bugs on the tree collards are Harlequin bugs. They love to eat regular collards and kale too. Nice infomercial for boogie boy though.

  • Vincent Mancini 3 weeks ago

    After watching your video getting your girlfriend's patio garden going, I'm inspired to start my own patio garden. Among the many things you suggested that I'll follow, I fear attracting ants that will move from the vegetables to my apartment. What could I do to prevent ants?