OMG, how to get rid of potato bugs?! What can I do to stop them from growing? These are probably the questions you have been asking as a result of your reaction from the moment you saw those pests infesting your potato plants.
Relax. Chill. Don’t panic. I do understand your frustration but freaking out is not going to help either. Fortunately, this post is about the prevention of bugs in potatoes. Hopefully, you’re going to finish reading this post until the very last word.
You may have added a new member in your family just recently - a very cute, fluffy dog. As we all know, this popular pet requires proper and constant care. Training them to urinate (and defecate) is probably the toughest. It’s totally different from potty training in toddlers. Dogs don’t need any potty chair or the toilet for that matter.
The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. I can tell you that I refuse to believe in that saying. Why is that so? Well, this year I had a lot of things on my mind and liming the lawn was not one of them.
Tens of billions of dollars are spent by the United States alone annually on flea treatment. How much ever cleaning you do to your surroundings, the problem of fleas seems to not go away for most of us.
A simple internet search will reveal a plethora of options for flea treatment. Lime treatment comes up as one of your flea treatment options almost everywhere.
Cucumbers are loved for their fresh, cool taste and myriad of health benefits. Dehydrated? Have a cucumber or two. Trying to lose weight? Cucumber sticks with dip. Vitamin deficient? Cucumber Smoothie. Canker sores? Cucumber juice. Leaves great fresh breathe too!