By far the most commonly used organic insecticide. Due to its commercial availability insecticidal is used and known to even non-organic gardeners. The good news is that it is also one of the easiest to make at home. Very cheap too.
Insecticidal soaps work by dehydrating the offending pest. It causes ruptures in their cell membranes, making them leak... until they are dead. It is considered a selective insecticide since those pest with a hard exoskeleton seem to be less effected.
Making the Insecticidal Soap:
How to use Insecticidal Soap:
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