Green Cleaner combines all-natural pesticides in a concentrated form. We start with organic soybean oil and sodium lauryl sulfate. The soybean oil acts to quickly suffocate pests, such as spider mites, broad mites, and russet mites, while the sodium lauryl sulfate coats bugs in slimy goodness to immobilize them. We then add specific proportions of citric acid and alcohol. The citric acid infiltrates the soft-bodied insects exterior to acidify and destroy them. The alcohol is a key ingredient that both dehydrates the bugs and evaporates any remaining residue of the oil and sulfate. The result is a concentrated combination of pest killing power.
Green Cleaner is also very effective against the common fungus, powdery mildew. Powdery mildew is a problem so prevalent, that it effects growers from coast to coast, and is a constant source of irritation to gardeners in temperamental climates where humidity is difficult to control. PM is a disease caused by different species of fungi. Each species attacks specific or wide varieties of plants. The asexual production of spores can reproduce in as little as 48 hours. The spores move from plant to plant by wind, insect contact, and even gardeners. Many times outsourcing new plants and bringing them into your garden can bring in unwarranted spores of PM. Infection is favored in high humidity (50-90%), especially during nighttime or “lights off” hours, when temperatures can fluctuate between 60-80 degrees Fahrenheit.
$40 Quart makes over 18 gallons of Spray Solution!
A non-toxic, poison-free alternative! Hydro Organics goGnats is specially formulated for use against fungus gnats, midges, spider mites, thrips, aphids and many other garden pests. Can be applied as an area spray or added to fertilizers and used as a soil drench. For hydroponic gardens, it is recommended to add directly to reservoirs on a regular basis as part of a plant maintenance program.
Cedar Oil Pesticide for Grasshoppers and Gnats and more!
Root Cleaner concentrate eliminates soil borne pests and pathogens, naturally—no respirators, gloves, or suiting up required. While Green Cleaner treats the foliage above ground, Root Cleaner takes care of the problems in the soil and root zone. It treats the issue of pest control in a safe and consumer conscious manner. Best of all, it solves the issue of “immunity” by killing eggs and preventing pests from becoming resistant to it.
Root Cleaner kills fungus gnats and their larvae, pythium and rhizoctonia, root rot and root dampening off, thrips, nematodes, root aphids, and more. For use in soil and coco. Use from start up to the day of harvest.
8 oz – makes up to 16 gallons
32 oz – makes up to 64 gallons
128 oz (1 gal) – makes up to 256 gallons
Pests can’t build immunity to it
No gloves, respirator, or suiting up required
Kills pests and their eggs! No product “stacking” required.
Use from Start to Harvest
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Nolo Bait™ is an EPA registered biological control for grasshoppers, including Mormon crickets. Nolo Bait™ contains naturally occurring Nosema locustae spores. These spores are uniformly applied to flaky wheat bran at a rate of at least 1 billion spores per pound of bran. The bran is consumed by the grasshoppers and they become infected with the spores. Young grasshoppers that consume the bait will die more quickly than older stages. As Nosema locustae builds up in the gut of heavily infected grasshoppers the insects become lethargic and reduce their feeding. Infected grasshoppers are seen by healthy grasshoppers as additional food sources and are cannibalized. This natural behavior further spreads Nosema locustae throughout the grasshopper population. Additionally, infected females can pass the spores through the egg-laying process. The progression and persistence of this organism provides long-term benefit to the landowner without environmental damage.