Diatomaceous Earth: Non-toxic Pest Control for Your Home and Garden

Warmer weather brings sunny days, Spring rains, greener pastures and. . . pests.  Silver fish, ants, gnats, beetles, spiders are a few of the more common and annoying but less dangerous ones.  Fleas, ticks and bed bugs are harmful to people and animals because they spread disease.  Aphids and ants can wreak havoc on your garden.  How can you control them and eradicate them without using noxious chemicals?

source: learn.eartheasy.com

There is an ancient, microscopic creature that can help you take care of your pest problems – Diatoms.

Please read the article carefully for warnings of what type of Diatomaceous Earth to use and where NOT to use it.

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  3. Exterminator says:

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