200x Aloe Vera Powder Flakes Certified Organic 200x Aloe Vera Powder Flakes Certified Organic
200x Aloe Vera Powder Flakes Certified Organic
Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 454 ratings
from $29.04
Inner Filet 200X (Fine Powder Flakes) FREE SHIPPING ON ALL ALOE! NOTICE: ONLY MAKE WHAT YOU CAN USE THAT DAY.There aren't any preservatives and the best use is only for immediate consumption. Storage Instructions: Store in a cool dry place and make sure no moisture can enter the bag for longer shelf life. Measurements below are at 1/8th teaspoon per gallon 1 oz Aloe = 1.5 gallons of Pure Aloe Vera Juice = over 100 Gallons of Plant Food. 4 oz Aloe = 6 gallons of Pure Aloe Vera Juice = over 400 Gallons of Plant Food. 16 oz (1 lb) Aloe = 24 gallons of Pure Aloe Vera Juice = over 1600 Gallons of Plant Food. 1 Kilo (35 Ounces) = 52.5 gallons of Pure Aloe Vera Juice = over 3200 Gallons of Plant Food. There are roughly 12.0-12.5 teaspoons of Aloe Vera Powder Flakes per 1 oz package. To make an 8oz glass of pure aloe vera juice, 1/2 teaspoon of flakes is ideal. Certified by the International Aloe Science Council (IASC) ACTIV aloe standardized to contain no less than 10% polysaccharide (by dry weight) Leading Supplier of the Best Aloe vera in the World Leading supplier of Aloe vera raw materials. Sustainable farming, state-of-the-art manufacturing, and advanced scientific research. 1 Ounce makes about 1.5 Gallons of Pure Aloe Vera Juice No Preservatives like the store bought stuff (Around $28.00 for a gallon in the store) Use your own pure clean water instead of trusting the Jug of Aloe Juice to contain clean water. Useful Info Aloe has two main properties that we are interested in for growing plants. #1 Salycilic Acid: Makes this dry powder excellent for cloning! Willow root isn't even as good. Aloe vera contains Salicylic acid which is an aspirin-like compound with anti -inflammatory, analgesic, and anti-bacterial properties. #2 Saponins: Another constituent of Aloe vera includes saponins. These are soapy substances from the gel that is capable of cleansing and having antiseptic properties. The saponins perform strongly as anti-microbial against bacteria, viruses, fungi, and yeasts. CHECK THIS OUT---->>> More reading on Aloe Vera and it's Chemical Constituents - http://www.herballegacy.com/Baldwin_Chemical.html HOW TO USE THIS ALOE? Check out our blog post. http://buildasoil.com/blogs/news/12276301-how-to-use-organic-200x-aloe-vera-in-your-garden Qmatrix® is a quantum leap in quality Aloe vera manufacturing. The Qmatrix® process is not a single step in the process or a single piece of manufacturing equipment, but is a synergy of scientifically developed processes designed to retain a higher degree of product freshness and biological activity than any other production method in use today. Freshness was a key goal in the development of the Qmatrix® process, but it had to be combined with the retention of biological activity. Only Aloecorp has the knowledge and resources necessary to conceive of, evaluate and complete such an extensive re-engineering of the Aloe manufacturing process. Aloe manufactured by the Qmatrix® process combines the following: A patented method of polysaccharide preservation A patented method of manufacturing Aloe vera Proprietary Rapid High-Throughput Processes (RHTP) A patented Low Temperature Short Time (LTST) drying process that has been proven to retain heat-sensitive nutritional and functional Aloe components. The remarkable results of the new Qmatrix® process can be found in the unparalleled quality of these new Aloecorp Aloe vera raw material products. How To Use NOTICE: ONLY MAKE WHAT YOU CAN USE THE SAME DAY. There aren't any preservatives and the best use is only for immediate consumption. For Watering or Foliar Spraying Plants: 1 Gallon Water = Mix 1/2 Teaspoon Aloe Vera Powder 50 Gallons Water = Mix 1-4 tablespoons Aloe Vera Powder Notice: Aloe Vera Powder may need to sit in water for 10 Minutes to properly dissolve and activate the properties to maximum benefit. If your aloe won’t mix in water, just come back in 10 minutes and stir. Specific Uses: During Cloning as a powerful rooting stimulator During any phase of plant growth as a natural plant immunity builder For Use in Foliar Spray as a mild wetting agent and plant tonic. Google Aloe Vera Use for many other practical applications.
Agsil16H Potassium Silicate Agsil16H Potassium Silicate
Agsil16H Potassium Silicate
Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 357 ratings
from $24.00
Description FREE SHIPPING ON SELECT AGSIL16H! (see above) AGSIL16H is manufactured by PQ corporation and is one of the few silica products on the market that is water soluble. This simple powder will save money over buying water based Silica Bottle products. This is approved for organic use as a foliar spray and is an excellent oil emulsifier. See the MSDS report here: AGSIL16H MSDS PDF Compare to Pro-Tekt, Rhino Skin, Silica Blast and all other Silica Bottled products. There is no secret ingredient, all are made from potassium silicate. **************************************************************************************** Useful Info Research on the subject: (Much more info if you follow the link) http://www.nutri-tech.com.au/blog/2010/06/silica-the-hidden-cost-of-chemicals/ Silica - The Hidden Cost of Chemicals A major mineral is missing in many soils and most soil tests do not even monitor its presence. This mineral can increase stress resistance, boost photosynthesis and chlorophyll content, improve drought resistance, salt tolerance and soil fertility and prevent lodging. lt can also reduce insect pressure, frost damage and destructive disease while lowering irrigation rates, neutralizing heavy metal toxicity and countering the negative effects of excess sodium. If I were to tell you that this same missing mineral can increase root growth, boost yield and enhance crop quality, you could well ask, “how could we have overlooked something so important?” and you would be correct. It has been a serious oversight. The mineral in question is silicon, and science is rapidly revealing the scope and scale of our silicon neglect. Poverty in a Sea of Abundance Silicon is not classed as an essential nutrient, but, in response to a wealth of new findings highlighting the importance of this nutrient, that status may soon change. Silicon is the second most abundant mineral on the planet. It is everywhere. Clays are alumina silicates and sand is largely silicon, so how could there be a shortage of silicon? The answer lies in the form of silicon that enters the plant. Plants uptake silicon as silicicacid and this is what is missing in the soil. Something we have done in conventional agriculture appears to have compromised the conversion of insoluble silicon into the plant available form. It may reflect a mineral imbalance or we may have knocked out some of the soil microbe species that solubilise this mineral. It is not yet understood what drove the widespread deficiency but we do know that a healthy, disease suppressive soil should contain 100 ppm of monosilicic acid (as measured in a soil analysis) and very few soils come anywhere near that mark! Little was known about the multiple roles of silicon until recently. It was known to be present in every soil but it was only when it became less plant available that it was realized that there may be a link between this loss and a host of growing problems. During the last decade, silicon seems to have become “flavor of the month” in the soil science community. Researchers have delved more deeply and hundreds of papers have been presented at the International Silicon Conferences in Brazil and South Africa. This neglected mineral is now emerging as a key player in proactive pest and disease management and the production of nutrient dense food. If you are not yet aware of the silicon story then this article should serve to fill some gaps. In Conclusion Proactivity is the essence of the biological approach. If you understand how plants protect themselves, then you provide the necessary components to maximise that process and minimize the need for chemical intervention. In this context, silicon is an essential pre-requisite for proactive pest and stress management and should be an integral part of every good nutrition program. Source: https://www.thcfarmer.com/community/threads/plant-available-silicon-soluble-silicon-in-fertilizer-sources-aafpco-approved-method.76318/ How To Use Dry Recipe Use 1.5 Grams (Just under 1/2 teaspoon) Per Gallon of Water for Foliar Spray or Soil Drench. How to use this powder dry with your Neem Oil: Mix 1.5 grams (Just under 1/2 Teaspoon) AgSil 16H with 1/2 Ounce Ahimsa Pure Neem Oil to emulsify the oil. Then mix this emulsified oil with one gallon final volume spray solution. Spray every other week covering all plant surfaces (top and bottom of leaves) until it runs off. Liquid Recipe Make your own nutrient bottle! Here is a recipe to make a liquid version of a Silica Nutrient. Just follow the mixing recipe below.   If you don't have a scale: Use 3 Tablespoons of Agsil16H for every 8 ounces water. Following the above recipe to make 1 Liter of Liquid Solution you would mix 148 Grams of Agsil16H into 1 Liter of water. Then you can store it in a bottle or jar and shake well before using. (1 Liter of water is about 34 Ounces) Here is a photo what 148 Grams of Agsil16H looks like. I weighed this out and then put into this container so you can hopefully do this without a scale at your house. Use the Liquid Solution you just made at 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon per gallon. Yes, it's safe to use on every single watering, but we don't do that because we don't feel it's required with ANY ingredient. Some people use Aloe and Silica with every watering and we have seen stunning results. Use 1/2 teaspoon of the solution per gallon to foliar spray. (I've used 2-3 Teaspoons per gallon without ill effects, but encourage you to start slow and see what you think)
BuildASoil Beauveria Bassiana - Water Soluble BuildASoil Beauveria Bassiana - Water Soluble
BuildASoil Beauveria Bassiana - Water Soluble
Rated 4.8 out of 5
Based on 11 ratings
from $88.00
BEAUVERIA BASSIANA IS A PLANT SYMBIONT. BuildASoil BB-WS with active ingredient Beauveria bassiana, is a natural, symbiotic fungus that lives in the soil, roots, stems, and leaves. BB-WS grows with the plant! BuildASoil BB-WS blends food grade and certified organic products with Beauveria bassiana. Many certifiers have determined compliance with organic standards. Contact your certifier to add BB-WS to your plan. BuildASoil Beauveria Bassiana: Active Ingredient: Beauveria bassiana 1.1% SPE150 (omri listed wetting agent/yucca extract) 8% Carrier: Organic Soyben Oil 90.9% Plant Isolate - THIS IS NOT HF23 - We offer a multiple strain mixture all isolated from plants. (Beans) Activity includes: Stimulation of immune system Restricts plant pathogens from entering the plant Interacts with plant to produce additive biochemicals Combines plant resistance to insect feeders for reducing population threat Naturally occurs in soil but has been killed off by fungicides and tillage Directions for use:Garden: 1/2 - 1ml per gallon waterPotting Soil: 1ml Per Cubic YardAcreage: 1 ounce per acreApply as foliar spray or soil drench
BuildASoil Horticultural Aloe BuildASoil Horticultural Aloe
BuildASoil Horticultural Aloe
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 418 ratings
from $30.25
BuildASoil's New Horticultural Aloe! Key Points: The Lignin's in Aloe Vera allow the plants to utilize the nutrient and moisture supply more efficiently with less stress on the plant. Plants grow healthier, larger and greener due to the plants ability to better use the UV rays from the sun allowing photosynthesis to take place more efficiently. Does not alter the genetic makeup of the plant. Organically grown product. Proven and documented by Texas A&M. The new aloe vera stabilization process is critical to obtain the result listed here. The first patent I was awarded was the hand filleted method. The rind was discarded and only the fillet was used. After 38 years it was discovered that a large percentage of the actives in the aloe vera plant were being thrown away with the rind. In 1962 I developed and patented the whole leaf method to stabilize the gel. Clinical studies showed this process to be superior to the hand filleted method of processing. In 1984, I received a third patent to process aloe vera to create a product to stimulate plant growth by processing the aloe vera leaves differently. It should be noted that this whole leaf aloe vera product can not be consumed orally. It is for plants only. It is hoped that this background information assists you in becoming more knowledgeable about our company and the benefits that can be derived from the use of our aloe product. Useful Info It is important that workers wear rubber gloves when handling the freeze dried powder and the concentrated liquid made from the powder due to the laxative effect. It is not necessary once the product is diluted to a solution. How to Use 1 Ounce makes 10-25 Gallons of Potent Foliar Spray. Horticultural Use 1 tsp per gallon 100 gr per 33 gallons 1 kg per 330 gallons seed soak for 4-12 hours plant cutting soak for 4-12 hour foliar spray in morning before full sun Acreage Use 1 kg will treat 2.5 acres with 4 full sprays 100 gr per 33 gallons water foliar 1 acre
Captain Jack's Deadbug Captain Jack's Deadbug
Captain Jack's Deadbug
Rated 4.5 out of 5
Based on 8 reviews
from $30.00
Captain Jack's Deadbug Brew Concentrate is a Spinosad-based insecticide that takes advantage of the unique bacterium's pest control properties to effectively control bagworms, borers, beetles, caterpillars, codling moth, gypsy moth, loopers, leaf miners, spider mites, tent caterpillars, thrips and more. Spinosad was isolated from soil collected inside a nonoperational sugar mill rum still in the Virgin Islands. This bottle is a CONCENTRATE! The version in mosts garden stores is the RTU (Ready To Use) and is essentially buying 98% Water. With concentrate you can replace expensive RTU bottles by adding 2 ounces per gallon of your own water. This is the best value on a very effective product that we believe in. Useful Info Kills bagworms, borers, beetles, caterpillars, codling month, gypsy month, Japanese beetle, loopers, leaf miners, spider mites, tent caterpillars, thrips and more! How To Use Mix 2 fl oz per gallon  
Chapin 19069 Industrial Stainless Steel Sprayer Chapin 19069 Industrial Stainless Steel Sprayer
Chapin 19069 Industrial Stainless Steel Sprayer
Rated 4.7 out of 5
Based on 22 reviews
$299.00
Now With Free Shipping! Buy 1 Chapin and Get our new Chapin Rubber Trim Seal 50% off Automatically! Want to take you Chapin Sprayer game to the next level? We are excited to bring in the Stainless Steel Chapin sprayer. We know how hard we can be on our Chapins, and we thought this one would stand up to the test. The full stainless steel barrel can handle any solution, tea, or fertilizer mix, and clean easy. 3.5-gallon stainless steel tank for durability 4" wide mouth opening for easy filling and cleaning Brass pump, wand, nozzle and shut-off with lock-on feature for continuous spraying Unique Tri-Lock seal feature that locks the pump cap tight Will last years and is completely serviceable with replacement seals and parts Harder to clog than most sprayers which helps with organics Easy to clear clogs from nozzle tip in the event one happens We love the original red 1949 Chapin sprayer and after years of using them came to understand that the red paint will eventually chip off and the brass will eventually start to corrode. This can be avoided with proper cleaning and maintenance but most of us are so busy that it can be a challenge to do properly especially because of the shape and weight of the sprayer. With the new Stainless steel model, there is NO paint to chip in the important areas and the stainless steel will not corrode like the brass so we expect them to last much longer making the extra investment far worth it. We hope you agree! Regardless of the material used, it's always best practice to rinse and leave dry when done.
Chapin Industrial Sprayer Model 1949 Chapin Industrial Sprayer Model 1949
Chapin Industrial Sprayer Model 1949
Rated 4.8 out of 5
Based on 143 ratings
from $28.00
Now With Free Shipping! Buy 1 Chapin and Get our new Chapin Rubber Trim Seal 50% off Automatically! The Chapin Industrial 1949 Viton sprayer has a 3.5-gallon tri-poxy lined steel tank that provides triple protection against rust, corrosion and damage from denting. Featuring a large 4-inch mouth opening for easy filling and cleaning, brass wand, brass shut-off, brass fan tip nozzle for even coverage, a 48-inch reinforced hose with threaded fittings and Viton seals. The open head tanks have a unique Tri-Lock seal that insures the pump cap locks tightly into place. The Genuine Chapin replacement brass fog nozzle kit consists of 3 discs for a coarse cone, fine cone, and fan spray pattern. Chapin 6-4627 Seal and Gasket Kit Industrial Seal and Gasket Kit Equipped with chemical resistant Fluoroelastomer seals and gaskets For use with Industrial open-head sprayers Compatible with 10800, 10700, 1749, 1739, 6300, 1253,1180,1280,1380, 1949, 1979, 1941, 1831, 1352 Select your item in the drop down menu above: Useful Info Chapin Model 1949 Sprayer for No-Till Gardening from BuildASoil on Vimeo. How To Use Chapin Model 1949 Sprayer for No-Till Gardening from BuildASoil on Vimeo.
Essential Oil Blend Essential Oil Blend
Essential Oil Blend
Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 103 ratings
from $49.50
BuildASoil Essential Oil Blend is a Mixture of 6 high quality essential oils in 1 bottle for mixing ease! Buying a small bottle of each of these special oils could cost a lot of money, but when combined into 1 bottle we all save. (Each Component Chosen for Potency and Cost Effective Value) Useful Info 27.77% Rosemary Oil - Camphor Type - Spain (a-pinene: 20.60%, Camphene: 12.9%, Mircene: 4.0%, Limonene: 3.4%, 1.8-Cineol: 22.65%, Camphor: 19.70%, Linalool: 0.6%) 27.77% Eucalyptus Oil - Globulus- Australia/S. Africa (1,8-Cineole % (m/m): 92.17, a-Pinene % (m/m): 1.44, b-Pinene % (m/m): 0.83, Sabinene % (m/m): 0.10, a-Phellandrene % (m/m): 0.09, Limonene % (m/m): 1.26) 27.77% Lemongrass oil - India (myrcene, citronellal, geranyl acetate, nerol, geraniol, neral and traces of limonene and citral) 5.55% Thyme - Red Thymol - Spain (a-thujone, a-pinene, camphene, b-pinene, p-cymene, a-terpinene, linalool, borneol, b-caryophyllene, thymol and carvacrol.) 5.55% Clove - Stem - Madagascar (Eugenol...........94.73, Beta-caryophyllene...3.63%, Acetate d'eugenyle....0.78%) 5.55% Ginger - India (Ginger is high in Citral along with 477 other constituents) When choosing the blend I went with the oils most often mentioned for potency with Mites, Mildews, Molds and our General Purposes for Indoor Gardening. Out of the list of possible oils I also chose the most affordable oils over the most expensive so long as the reports indicate they were equally effective for our use. Once I found the most potent and economical oils, I then took the selection a step further and chose the region and type of oil that was highest in the particular constituents we were after. For instance, Clove Oil could be from several regions and also from different parts of the plant. I chose Clove Stem because it showed the highest amount of Eugenol of the other varieties of clove oil. How To Use MIX AT .25 TO .50 OUNCE PER GALLON Because this is a oil you must use an emulsifier, we recommend that you use Agsil16H, or Aloe If you don't know how to emulsify check out this video or send us a message. Don't use on small seedlings. This 8 Ounce Bottle of oil will mix with water to make about 16 Gallons of foliar spray. Compare to over $50 per gallon with the other products on the market.
Formula EM-5 - All Natural Garden Cleaning Concentrate Formula EM-5 - All Natural Garden Cleaning Concentrate
Formula EM-5 - All Natural Garden Cleaning Concentrate
Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 263 ratings
from $24.20
EM-5 Now Available through BuildASoil.com  Formula EM-5 is a versatile tool in your garden and is typically home made. We realized that most gardeners needed Formula EM-5 when it was already too late for them to start brewing it all up and fermenting it. After we realized this we set out to create a product that would only include the very best ingredients and be shelf stable. Below we provide the recipe to make your own for free but have found that most people prefer to purchase our Pre-Made and Shelf stable version instead. Ingredients in our Formula EM-5: Purified Water, Organic EM-1, Organic Apple Juice Concentrate, Organic Grape Alcohol, Organic Yucca Extract, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Organic Peppermint Essential Oil. This is safe to spray on flowers when diluted and is best used throughout the growing season. Formula (EM5) RECIPE for home made: As always, we are giving you the recipe to make your own spectacular homemade plant wash. The fermentation extracts properties out of plant materials and the alcohol and retains them in the liquid. The EM1 in the recipe is the fermentation catalyst. This is an all-natural concoction that can be made by anyone and is not harmful to humans or animals. It combines water, EM1, a distilled spirit, molasses, and vinegar. The most successful programs with BAS Plant Wash involve alternating its applications with Activated EM1 and EMFPE. The essential oils that are the active ingredient in the BAS Plant Wash are exempt from EPA registration as a minimum risk pesticide. The formula for one gallon of EM5 is as follows (1:1:1:1:20): 3/4 C EM1 3/4 C Molasses 3/4 C Vinegar (white or apple cider) 3/4 C distilled alcohol (vodka, whiskey, tequila) Add some other plant material (fresh hot peppers or garlic...or fresh herbs that have known pesticide properties like mint leaves, lavender, eucalyptus, mella luca, neem, etc.) Fill the gallon container with warm water (110-120ºF) Seal and ferment until pH goes below 4.0 Spray EM5 alternately with EM1 or Fermented Plant Extract through a hose-end sprayer.Often people will set up an informal program as follows (Diluting the AEM1, EM5, or EM FPE with 500 parts water): Week One: Apply AEM1, 1 gallon for 1/2 acre propertyWeek Two: Apply EM5, 1 gallon for 1/2 acre propertyWeek Three: Apply EM FPE, 1 gallon for 1/2 acre propertyWeek Four: Apply AEM1, 1 gallon for 1/2 acre property This pattern is repeated throughout the growing season. Directions: Use 1 ounce per gallon for normal foliar spray use in container gardens. Use up to 8 ounces per gallon for problems such as the growth of algae, odor-causing bacteria, and mold stains. Use as general house hold cleaner for any purpose.
Neem and Karanja Mixed 50/50 Neem and Karanja Mixed 50/50
Neem and Karanja Mixed 50/50
Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 127 ratings
from $26.40
Neem and Karanja 50/50 Mix Back in stock and better than ever! Neem and Karanja? You asked for it, and we Mixed them up! Slow Release Nitrogen, Aerates, Nourishes, Promotes Plant Growth & Resistance, Improves Soil Quality. Excellent for Vegan Organic Gardening. We Order Pallets of Neem Cake and Karanja Cake and provide a value by shipping any quantity and allowing you to mix it with other ingredients. The Karanja Cake is beautiful, and has a very mild odor compared to Neem Cake. Almost identical in properties to the Neem cake, this Karanja Cake is one of our best products. Thanks to Terviva and their amazing Certified Organic Karanja Products. Useful Info Karanja Cake is the residue obtained from Karanja seed kernels which have been crushed to extract the oil. Rich in N-P-K, it is an excellent organic fertilizer. Karanja cake has been known to enrich the soil and protect the plant. Earthworm populations have been known to increase where neem cake has been applied. How To Use Use full strength or mixed with other organic (kelp, seaweed, manure, etc.) Apply before (the area can be prepared up to a week or 10 days before planting) or during planting or for established plants around root zone. Use mixed into the soil 6-8 inches or as basal dressing. Coverage:180 to 360 lbs./acre, 1lb. for plots 100 to 160 sq.ft.   How To Mix into your Container Soil: 1/2 Cup per cubic foot will be plenty (Cubic foot is about 7.5 gallons of soil) 1 cup weighs approx. 6.5 ounces.
Neem Oil - Wild Harvest From India Neem Oil - Wild Harvest From India
Neem Oil - Wild Harvest From India
Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 127 ratings
from $24.00
Ahimsa Organics Neem Oil is Wild-crafted, cold pressed from carefully stored seeds* of the Neem tree. This oil is perfect for skin care, animal care & herbal use or as an agricultural spray. It is rich in all the liminoids and compounds that have earned Neem oil it's title as A Tree For Solving Global Problems. The oil is guaranteed free of aflatoxin* which is a fungus that can grow on poorly cleaned or stored seeds. It has a strong garlic/nutty aroma - unpleasant to some but loved by those who have experienced it's healing and protective powers. This is a premium Neem oil!!! Much more effective than your typical Neem Oil at the local Garden Store. Imported From India and Carefully Stored for maximum potency. Useful Info NOTE-Neem Oil is mainly composed of glycerides of palmitin, stearin, and linolic acids. Neem Oil is similar to Palm Oil. Both oils deposit stearin at low temperatures and especially after they solidify. This process is repeated with each cycle of freezing and thawing. Neem Oil has a high wax content and therefore clouds at 16 C (60.8 F) and tends to solidify at 12 C (53.6 F). At temperatures below 5 C (41 F), Neem Oil is solid and on thawing will deposit stearin. This can be filtered out if needed. It is also normal to find creamy globules of fatty acid deposits in Neem Oil stored at room temperature. These will melt on thawing.Ahimsa Organics Neem Oil is independently verified to be free of any pesticides or harmful levels of any metals. How To Use Use at 1 Tablespoon Per Gallon along With Agsil16h to Emulsify. That means 1 gallon of Neem oil will make 256 gallons of Potent Foliar Spray. Compare to over $400.00 Per Gallon for Einstein Neem Oil.
OrganiShield - Organic Pesticide Sucrose Octanoate OrganiShield - Organic Pesticide Sucrose Octanoate
OrganiShield - Organic Pesticide Sucrose Octanoate
Rated 4.7 out of 5
Based on 3 reviews
from $15.00
OrganiShield™ 🌱💧 Organic All Natural Pest Control That biodegrades into sugar, water, CO2 and Fatty Acids. Invented by nature, brought to you by OrganiShield. After many customers told me that this product was a garden saver for them and that they genuinely believed in it's results.... I had to try for myself, and I'm glad I did. Simple and effective, watch your bug problems disappear with OrganiShield, an organic and EPA-approved bug management solution. 🌼🐞 🧪 Comes as a concentrate. 📏 Our pint size makes up to 15.5 gallons of bug control spray depending on desired strength. For infestations: Mix 80 ml of OrganiShield with one gallon of water. 💦 Spray every other day until bugs are eliminated; then follow a maintenance schedule of every 7 to 10 days using 30/40 ml of OrganiShield per gallon of water. 📅 Agitate mixture occasionally. 🌀 Apply thoroughly; spray bottoms of leaves up then spray top down until run off. 🍃 Must make contact with bugs. 🎯 Foliar application. 🌿 Day or night; lights on or off. 🌞🌜 What is OrganiShield? 🛡️ OrganiShield is an EPA-Registered biopesticide that controls soft-bodied insects. Safe for use on all types of plants, including fruits, vegetables, trees, and ornamental plants. 🌳🌺 What pests will OrganiShield control? 🐜 OrganiShield is effective for controlling a wide range of soft-bodied insects, including but not  limited to Adelgids, Aphids, Armyworms, Caterpillars, Glassy-winged Sharpshooter, Lacebugs, Leafhoppers, Mealybugs, Mites, Plant Bugs, Psyllids, Soft Scale, Tent caterpillars, Thrips,  Fungus gnats, Whiteflies, and many more. 🍃🔒 Discovering Sucrose Octanoate? In the late 1990's, a team of researchers discovered something fascinating about certain plants. They found that some plants in nature secrete a particular molecule called Sucrose octanoate  from the tiny hairs of their leaves to ward off pests. They were surprised to learn that this molecule had insecticidal properties, dissolving the waxy protective coating of the target pests, causing them to dry out and die.  Inspired by nature's solution, the team embarked on years of research to find a way to produce this molecule for organic insecticidal purposes on a commercially viable scale. Finally, they succeeded in formulating a process and methodology to create OrganiShield; with its active ingredient Sucrose octanoate.  With this breakthrough, they were able to bring nature's most effective and safest pest control to the world. And so, the story of OrganiShield began, rooted in the discovery of a remarkable molecule and the power of nature.   Is OrganiShield non-toxic? 🌿 Yes! Biodegrades quickly into non-toxic components, safe for bees, people, pets, wildlife, and the planet. 🐝👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 Beneficial insects and OrganiShield? 🦋 Non-toxic to beneficial insects, ensuring the safety of Lady Beetles, Green Lacewings, honeybees, and more. 🌸🐞
Phydura - All Natural Organic Weed and Grass Killer
Phydura - All Natural Organic Weed and Grass Killer
Rated 1.0 out of 5
Based on 1 rating
$27.50
OMRI listed for organic use. Broad killing herbicide that is all Natural. Phydura is a broad-spectrum contact herbicide that utilizes clove oil and vinegar as active ingredients. Phydura is a non-selective spray application that is exempt from EPA registration and has no re-entry interval. Weeds controlled include both grasses and broadleaf weeds in landscape, nursery, greenhouse, and garden settings, In general, treated weeds are eradicated within 24 hours of treatment. Weeds that are in an early stage of development are especially susceptible to Phydura treatment and are often eradicated with just one application. Phydura is 100 percent biodegradable and has a pleasant scent. Phydura is an all natural, non-selective herbicide made from clove oil, vinegar, and other biodegradable ingredients. When you spray Phydura on annual weeds and grass, it binds to the surface of the plant and begins to destroy the cell structure through a burn down process. When Phydura is applied, the plant begins to stress, and results can be seen in as little as one hours after application. Phydura kills weeds and grasses. Use in spot application in any area! Wilting begins in 20 minutes. Plants are dead or dying in 24 hours! Phydura kills annual weeds quickly. Perennials may need two sprays to kill roots. Use Phydura to destroy weeds under Raspberry, Blackberry, and Blueberry plants. New planting can begin within hours after treating an area with Phydura! Phydura will kill tough stubborn plants like dandelion and pineapple weed! Children and pets can safely enter treated areas with Phydura right after spraying! Spot treat sidewalks, patios, driveways, around buildings and greenhouses. Prepare and maintain flowerbeds and vegetable gardens. Rebuild old diseased lawns before re-planting. Edge around trees, shrubs, and walkways. Keep fences clear of weeds and grasses. Technical Specifications Phydura is mostly used as a spot spray for weeds. One gallon of the Phydura concentrate is mixed with 3 gallons of water to get 4 gallons of finished spray. One gallon of finished spray treats about 625 sq. ft. Or you could say one gallon of the concentrate treats 2500 sq ft. Additional Information Phydura Directions Shake well before using. Phydura is a foliar active weed control product which contains clove oil as the active ingredient and extracts from vinegar as one of the inerts. It is non-selective to both broadleaf and grassy weeds and is recommended for areas such as borders, driveways, sidewalks, around mature tree bases, around buildings, in fence rows, in greenhouses, on school grounds, and around flower beds. Phydura is fast acting. Foliar contact results in rapid control of annual weeds and grasses, and top growth reduction of herbaceous perennial weeds and grasses. Re-treatment is required for control of established perennial weeds Application/Dilution/Dosage: Young Smaller Plants Mix Phydura with all water at 3:1 (3 parts water to one part Phydura) ratio. Spray apply to top and bottom of all foliage Older Large Plants Mix with water at 2:1 ratio. Spray apply to top and bottom of all foliage. Spray in full sunlight at the warmest part of the day. Phydura works best in non-shaded areas when temperatures are above 60 degrees Fahrenheit. Spray Phydura directly on weeds until wet, but not to the point to run-off. Always spray Phydura when the plant is actively growing. Children and pets may re-enter treated areas after the spray has dried. Fill sprayer 1/2 full of water. Add Phydura and then fill the sprayer with water. Some agitation during application is recommended. Repeat application as needed. Caution: Keep out of reach of children. Product causes eye irritation. Wear safety glasses and gloves when applying
Premium Insect Frass Premium Insect Frass
Premium Insect Frass
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 139 ratings
from $40.00
Insect Frass - Black Soldier Fly Larvae - Derived from an incredible company in Canada all from the digestate of black soldier fly larvae. In all natural ecosystems (where there are no man-made chemical pesticides), insects feed on and digest vegetation, and give it right back to plants in the form of nature's perfect plant food. Plants benefit insects - Insects benefit plants! 100% Organic plant food, and so much more... Estimated NPK Value of 3-2-4   Weighs roughly 4 oz per cup. Insect Frass naturally contains the nutrition plants require, beneficial micro-organisms, and the only immediately plant-available source of chitin (pronounced “Kite-in”). Chitin fortifies a plant from the inside out, causing an "auto-immune" response that signals a plant to produce natural toxins which fend off its natural enemies like pests and fungal pathogens. The EPA says that chitin and chitosan (see FAQ's) defend against botrytis (grey mold), powdery mildew, early and late blight, fungal pathogens in the root zone (root rot) and root-feeding nematodes. Insect Frass does NOT cause a plant to kill beneficial insects or beneficial nematodes. Insect Frass is NOT a pesticide. Insect Frass is NOT a fungicide. Insect Frass will NOT put insects into your garden. Give your plants all the benefits of Insect Frass, without the bugs! How To Use For soil building or top dressing, apply at a rate of 1/4 - 1/2 cup per cubic foot of soil.
Soap Nut Powder - All Natural Saponin
Soap Nut Powder - All Natural Saponin
$30.00
🌿 100% Natural Soapnut Powder 🌿 Also known as Reetha powder, this comes from wild harvested soapnut berries 🌱 Features & Benefits: 🌊 Excellent Wetting Agent: Contains natural saponins, perfect for gardening! 🌻 🏡 Versatile Household Uses: Ideal for cleaning, laundry, and more! ✨ 🍃 Eco-Friendly & Sustainable: A green alternative to chemical detergents. 🌍 🔍 High Quality Assured: Sourced from Usha at Neem Resource, known for integrity and premium quality. 🏆  🌱 How to Use Our Reetha Powder for Garden Care Discover the natural way to protect your plants with our organic reetha foliar spray! You can make fresh or concentrated, see below. 🔍 Preparing the Reetha Foliar Spray Fresh: 🥄 Mixing Ratio: Combine 1-2 tablespoons of reetha powder per gallon of water. Adjust as needed. (Many people use hot water in a jar or shaker cup to make a fresh concentrate that is then poured into the watering can with more water) 🚰 Preparing the Solution: Mix the powder with water and let it sit for a few hours or overnight. (You can also stir aggressively or blend in blender half full to use right away) 🔗 Straining: Strain the mixture using a fine mesh kitchen strainer or cheesecloth to remove any residues. Alternatively you can let the reetha powder settle to the bottom and gently pour the liquid to use off the top.  🌼 Application in the Garden 🌧️ Spray on Plants: Apply the solution to the foliage, covering both top and underside of leaves. 🕗 Best Time: Spray early in the morning or late afternoon to avoid leaf burn. 📅 Frequency: Use once a week or as needed, based on pest situation. 🌼🍃Combine with other natural products to create specific formulas. 💧🌿 Great for emulsifying Neem Oil. 🛡️🦠🌱Effective in eliminating Powdery Mildew. 💾 Storage: Use fresh, or store in a cool, dark place for up to a week. Protect your garden the eco-friendly way with our reetha foliar spray! 🌏  🌿 How to Make Concentrated Soapnut Liquid Follow these simple steps to unlock the power of nature in your cleaning routine! 🔥 Boil Water: Start by boiling 2 cups of water for every tablespoon of Reetha powder. 🌰 Add Reetha Powder: Gently stir in the Reetha powder into the boiling water. 🌡️ Simmer: Reduce the heat and let it simmer for 10-15 minutes to extract the goodness. ⏳ Cool & Strain: Let the mixture cool, then strain it to remove undissolved particles. 🧴 Store the Liquid: Keep the strained liquid in a clean bottle or jar. Store in a fridge!  🚿 Usage: Use as a natural cleaner for laundry, dishes, or as a gentle shampoo. Alternatively you can use this concentrated liquid recipe at a rate of 2-4 liquid Ounces Per Gallon of water for garden foliar spray. 💡 Tips: 🌱 Natural Variation: Being a natural product, effectiveness and foaminess can vary. 📅 Shelf Life: Lasts about a week in the fridge. Discard if you notice an odd smell or mold. Embrace the eco-friendly way of cleaning with our natural soapnut liquid! 🌍
The Amazing Doctor Zymes Eliminator Insecticide And Fungicide The Amazing Doctor Zymes Eliminator Insecticide And Fungicide
The Amazing Doctor Zymes Eliminator Insecticide And Fungicide
Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 56 reviews
from $55.00
The Amazing Doctor Zymes All-Natural Eliminator Insecticide And Fungicide 🍃 Unleash the power of nature in your garden with The Amazing Doctor Zymes Eliminator, a revolutionary green solution tailored for your indoor and outdoor gardens! 🌿 🛡️ Why Choose The Amazing Doctor Zymes Eliminator? 🐞 Targets Soft Bodied Insects: Say goodbye to pests! Our formula effectively kills and eliminates soft bodied insects, molds, and mildews. 🍀 All-Natural Ingredients: Embrace the green revolution! Our proprietary formula is hand crafted to ensure top-notch quality control, providing you with an eco-friendly solution. 👩‍🌾 Trusted by Professionals: Join the ranks of professional growers who use Eliminator all year round to keep their plants pest-free and mildew-free. They’ve seen an increase in yields and a decrease in problems! 🌱 Preventative Care: Stay one step ahead! Using Eliminator as a preventative means pests and mildews won’t even have a chance, ensuring a thriving garden right up to the day of harvest. 📋 Recommended Application Rates: Please test before using, as some plants are more sensitive. For best results, use in the evening when temperatures are below 80 degrees and avoid direct sunlight. Mix ½ cup or 4 oz. of Eliminator per gallon of warm water, and spray generously on all parts of the plant. For detailed instructions and dosage recommendations, see the instructions on the bottle. 🌼 Safe for Flowering Plants: Fear not! Eliminator is safe to use on flowering plants and can even be sprayed directly on flowers. You’ll see new growth and healthier plants in no time! 🛒 Get Yours Today! Don’t let pests and mildews stand in your way. Add The Amazing Doctor Zymes Eliminator to your cart now and give your plants the protection they deserve! 🌺 Disclaimer: 🚫 Avoid spraying beneficial insects and do not use with other pesticides, insecticides, or nutrients. Do not use a wetting agent. Follow all instructions carefully to ensure the best results for your garden. 🌱 🌟 Pro Tip: For enhanced performance, mix Eliminator with clean warm water. This increases the efficacy of the enzymes, ensuring a more potent and effective solution for your garden! 💧📈
Tweetmint Enzyme Plant Wash Tweetmint Enzyme Plant Wash
Tweetmint Enzyme Plant Wash
Rated 4.8 out of 5
Based on 84 ratings
from $38.50
TweetMint Enzyme Plant Wash is the perfect household cleaning companion; safe, nontoxic and strong enough for any task. It is biodegradable and will not contaminate people or environment. Experience the awesome power of all natural activated enzyme. We were looking at enzyme cleaners for Pesticide use and came across this company along with all the TONS of free information that they publish. Because the IPM PDF they offer is so awesome we wanted to share it here with you: FREE INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT GUIDE CLICK HERE Useful Info (The statements expressed herein are the personal views of author Stephen L. Tvedten, and do not reflect those of Safe Solutions, Inc. and are for informational purposes only) Pest control expert Stephen Tvedten has patented and documented the process of using enzyme compounds as biological pesticides to achieve safe, nontoxic control of insects. Tvedten's Patented Process has 77 claims on the process of using various surfactant formulas and enzyme compositions to control a broad array of pests such as insects, arachnids, bacteria, viruses, and mold. The patent protects the use of enzyme-based compounds as a nontoxic alternative to pesticide for controlling insects and arachnids. In The Best Control 2 IPM encyclopedia, Stephen Tvedten outlines how through years of pest control field research he has developed the use of enzyme as a natural source of pest control. He has consistently proven that enzymes make an outstanding alternative to using synthetic pesticide poisons. Pesticides are persistent and pervasively poisonous, harming not only insects, but also people and pets. Agriculture has waged a costly struggle fighting insects by constantly rotating obsolescent pesticides in a desperate strategy of chemical warfare. It is time to discover an alternative. Enzymes offer a non-toxic and safe solution to pest control, making them preferable to the health hazards of pesticides. · Welcome to the cleaner future of pest control · How Enzyme Works Insects make formidable opponents because they are protected by strong exoskeletons - hardened shells that cover them like a suit of armor and have the locomotion of a tank. It is the exoskeleton that has most challenged pest control - until now. Enzyme is the key. Because an insect's exoskeleton is a hard shell made of non-living material, it does not grow in size with the insect's development. Therefore it is necessary for all insects to shed their exoskeletons several times during the course of their life. They accomplish this by using enzymes they create naturally to split open their exoskeleton and thus grow larger. It is during this molting phase that an insect is at its most vulnerable - susceptible to drying out or drowning since the hard shell that normally would protect them has been cast off. The surface of every insect's exoskeleton is covered with a waxy, water-repellant patina known as the cuticle. This outer coating protects the insect from harm, and has long been an obstacle for pesticide's effectiveness - the chemicals must penetrate the cuticle in order to affect the insect, so pesticides employ a variety of volatile solvents, toxic dusts or light oils in order to cut through the cuticle and thus deliver the poison into the insect interior. The solution to cracking the cuticle of an insect's exoskeleton was discovered through the observation of insect entomology - insects employ enzymes to escape their exoskeletons. By utilizing cultured enzymes that mimic those found in nature, a natural form of biological pesticide can be produced that has the ability to dismantle the armor of an insect instantly. Enzyme Plant Wash digests insect's waxy cuticle on contact and dismantles their exoskeleton - effectively forcing insects into immediate molting in which the protective shell is stripped. Using enzyme-based formulas as a form of biological pest control is an ingenious play of engaging the forces of nature to our advantage. Enzymes exist throughout the insect, plant and animal kingdoms to aid in the digestion of organic matter. Arachnids such as spiders and scorpions inject their prey with enzyme; insect larvae (maggots) also rely on enzymes to predigest their food for them. Insectivore plants also use enzymes to digest insect prey. Even cellular organisms such as bacteria, mold, mildew and yeasts all depend on enzymes to aid in the external digestion of food sources. Enzymes play a fundamental role to all life because they are a necessary catalyst to speed up the chemical reaction of metabolism. Enzymes are used by living beings to break down complex structures in food digestion. Enzymes are used throughout the food industry to pre-digest proteins and starches: baby food manufacturers add enzymes to soften the food, bakers add protease enzyme to flour to lower protein level, and brewers add enzymes to beer during fermentation to help filter and clarify the beer. Cheese makers as well use enzymes in the ripening phase of cheese. Why Use Enzyme Enzyme control of insects is preferable to traditional pesticide-based approaches to pest control for several reasons, not least of which is the elimination of chemical exposure risk. Enzyme control is non-toxic and safe for people and the environment, pesticides are not. Enzyme is a desirable alternative to pesticide control because it relies on physical biology rather than on toxic substances to achieve success. Enzyme control is universal in range - all insects are affected by enzyme - enzyme works for any pest problem encountered. Unlike pesticides, enzyme can be adjusted in strength, allowing specific insect species to be targeted or spared according to intent. For example, one can treat an organic garden with a weak concentration in order to eliminate aphids but protect beneficial honey bees. Unlike pesticides, enzyme control will never become obsolete. Because the biology of insects depends on the creation of enzymes in order for survival, it is impossible for insects to develop a resistance to enzyme as a method of pest control. Insects have an ability to rapidly evolve an immunity or resistance to commercial pesticides within a short time, even within a single crop cycle! This leads to a costly rotation of chemical warfare. Sadly, human beings do not have the biological tolerance to the persistent pollution of pesticides that insects do, and are often the ultimate victims of pesticide. Fortunately a consistently reliable and safe solution to pest control has been discovered - enzyme. Enzyme control achieves safer, faster and more effective results than pesticide poisons. Replace the health risk of outdated chemical pesticides with a sure-fire and completely non-toxic alternative method for exterminating pests - TweetMint Enzyme Plant Wash. Pest Control has long sought the perfect pesticide, an idealHoly Grail that is totally safe for humans, yet certain death to insects, and would never become obsolete. Why this had not been found was due to a lack of exploring outside the realm of traditional pesticides - which rely solely on the application of hazardous chemical poisons to kill insects. Enzyme based biological pesticides offer just such a perfect resource for non-toxic pest control. Enzyme Pest Control Safe Solutions Enzyme Plant Wash controls pests such as insects, bacteria, mildew and mold. The enzymes used in the formula exhibit the same properties as those that occur naturally in all insect species - causing a digestive disintegration of the exoskeleton. When enzyme makes contact with an insect, it quickly digests its exoskeleton resulting in prompt death. This process does not harm human skin and is 100% safe, non-toxic and hypoallergenic. The ingredients of Enzyme Plant Wash are recognized as Non-Toxic, Food Grade, or GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) and are pH balanced, hypoallergenic & biodegradable. Enzyme Plant Wash is a valuable alternative to using pesticide in situations where there are chemically-sensitive people such as those who are pregnant, infants, elderly, ill or MCS. Typically, a dilution of 2 to 4 oz. Enzyme Plant Wash concentrate per gallon of water will kill most any insect in several seconds. Arachnids such as spiders and ticks have stronger exoskeletons than arthropods and may take several minutes to succumb to the enzyme. When spraying outdoors a dilution of ½to 1 oz. Enzyme Plant Wash per gallon of water is a better solution so that collateral damage to beneficial insects is prevented. This solution works well for organic gardening / farming or as a drench for ant or yellow jacket nests. The dilution rate of the enzyme concentrate can be calibrated to affect only specific target species but weak enough to protect beneficial insects such as honey bees. For example, a dilution of 1 oz. Enzyme Plant Wash per 5 gallons of water can be used in organic gardening to remove softer-bodied aphids, but will not harm beneficial insects such as honey bees. Start with a weak dilution and increase concentration until the target insect is pinpointed. Indoors, Enzyme Plant Wash is fantastic for washing floors and furniture, laundry and linens, tub and tile to remove them not only of stubborn stains but also prevent insect invaders. Outdoors, Enzyme Plant Wash is great for organic gardening, landscaping, and lawn care. It is non-toxic and biodegradable, so it can be fogged or sprayed onto vegetables, fruit trees, orchards, crops and lake or pond water restoration without fear of contamination. Caution: Safe Solutions Enzyme Plant Wash is a broad-range bio-pesticide and will kill all insects including beneficials, so use them outdoors with great discretion! * Safe Solutions is currently seeking to register their Enzyme Plant Wash with the EPA as a bio-insecticide. Official pesticidal claims cannot be made until it is registered with EPA. Because commercial pesticides are comprised of chemicals which are volatile, synthetic and poisonous, the EPA prohibits registered pesticides from claiming they are either safe or non-toxic. However, since Safe Solutions Enzyme Plant Wash is in fact a natural biological pesticide that affects insects based on physical rather than chemical properties, it is better to refer to it as a Pestisafe® rather than as a pesticide. Be aware that not all enzyme cleaners are safe to use for non-toxic pest control, most are not designed for this purpose and many are toxic such as those purchased at swimming pool supplies or janitorial supplies, e.g. drain openers and septic tank treatment cleaners. Other biological detergents available on the market are not manufactured for pest control. Only Safe Solutions Enzyme Plant Wash is patented for the purpose of non-toxic pest control. Summary of Patent Pesticides present risks to human health. Although the rate of post-application degradation may vary widely, almost all pesticides present some direct risk to human health through residual toxicity, i.e. direct human contact with pesticide residues remaining after treatment, whether through inhalation of volatile toxic vapors, skin contact and transdermal absorption, or ingestion. In addition, many pesticides present indirect risks to human health in the form of environmental pollution, most notably pollution with persistent, halide-substituted organics which accumulate in the fat stores of food fish and other animals. These problems have led to complete bans on the use of some pesticides (e.g., DDT, chlordane, heptachlor, aldrin, and dieldrin); while the continued use of the remaining pesticides has produced a new problem: the increasing development of widespread resistance to pesticides in insects. This resistance yields two results: 1) quick reinfestation by the pest insect; 2) the need and cost of continually engineering new pesticides (e.g., synthetic pyrethroids were developed because of resistance to the less toxic first generation pyrethrins). New pesticide production takes time and the new pesticides that result are almost universally more expensive than those they replace. In this context, traditional pesticides are applied on a regular, and typically increasing, basis. For example, many schools have come to be sprayed monthly or even biweekly, and with increasing quantities of pesticides to combat endemic roach re-infestations, often to no avail. This intensifies the problem of residual toxicity to people, especially to children who, as a result, may suffer headaches, grogginess, nausea, dizziness, irritability, frenetic behavior, and an impaired readiness to learn. Because of these effects, it has been recognized that totally new approaches must be discovered and implemented in order to effectively control invertebrate pests without destroying human health and the environment. There is a need for a quick-acting, effective, residually non-toxic method for combating insect, arachnid, and other pests which may be used as a replacement for traditional pesticide treatments and as a supplement to the arsenal of currently available IPM techniques. Consequently, it is an object of the present invention to provide a method for combating invertebrate (i.e. insect and arachnid) and microbe (i.e. bacterial, algal, fungal, and/or viral) pests which is quick-acting, effective, and residually non-toxic and which may be used as a replacement for traditional pesticide treatments and as a supplement to the arsenal of currently available integrated pest management techniques. It has been surprisingly found that the application of a composition comprising at least one protease enzyme is a method for exterminating pests which achieves these objectives. The enzyme component of the invention may comprise a single protease or a protease-containing mixture of enzymes, whether natural, preformed, or synthetic. In an alternate embodiment, the composition may also comprise a detergent component. This detergent component comprises one or more surfactant(s), detergent builder(s), or mixtures thereof. (Safe Solutions, Inc. does not make pesticidal claims regarding its Enzyme Plant Wash) Useful Info Cont. From the FREE IPM GUIDE PDF FREE INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT GUIDE CLICK HERE 4) Then if you still have pest problems - use the ideal pesticide - Safe Solutions Enzyme Cleaners. So, how does the Safe Solutions enzyme cleaner safely and far more effectively control insects, arachnids, mold, fungus, bacteria and viruses? - http://www.theidealpesticide.com Basically, the same way it cleans. The various ingredients are skillfully combined to give a synergistic control of virtually all of your pest problems. The same way a boxer throws different punches/combinations to control his opponent - Safe Solutions, Inc. uses various ingredients that all have different pest control abilities to virtually control all pest problems. Let us look at the various ingredients: Sodium Borate — Works as a dust, liquid and/or foam. Boron in the form of sodium salt has been used as an embalming agent by the ancient Egyptians, and as a flux for welding gold. Boric acid and borax have been used as mild antiseptics, especially for burns and the eyes. For the last 200 years boric acid was used to preserve food, but this use has been stopped because it could be used to “cover up” food unfit for consumption. Boric acid has been used to alleviate burns and stings and as a powder to prevent rash. Patients have been given 10 gm. per day for extended periods, and then excreted boron after 7 weeks. The acute boron dose for an adult is 20 - 60 mg. in a single dose and infants have died with 5 gm. In many countries, boron is given as a food supplement with the claim it heals 80% - 90% of all arthritis, cardiopathiesis have been corrected, vision has improved, balance has been restored, cases of psoriasis have also been improved. Dogs, horses, cattle, deer and goats have all been healed of arthritis. Today western societies (like the U. S. A.) ingest about 2 mg. boron daily; early in the 1900s we ate about 8 mg. boron per day. It is thought 5 - 6 mg. boron per day will prevent arthritis, but a higher dose may be needed for treatment. It is a registered (non-volatile) pesticide and a lumber preservative and as a micronutrient. The disodium octaborate (Na2B8O13.4H2O) product (DOT), e.g., Tim-bor®, has been used by Stroz Services, Inc., Get Set, Inc. and many countries for years as a wood preservative and as a remedial control of wood destroying pests. Boric acid (H3BO3) and its salts, the borates, borax (Na2B4O7.10H2O) and disodium octoborate tetrahydrate (Na2B8O13.4H2O), DOT, have been used for wood protection in Australia and other countries since the 1940s. Liquid borate sprays protect the wood against decay, carpenter ants, wood boring beetles and termites. Sodium borate is currently coming into wide use as a wood preservative here in the U. S. These compounds make wood permanently resistant to fungal decay and insect damage, and also act as fire retardants. Borates are slow-acting stomach poisons to insects and contact poisons to wood destroying fungi. Borates are not directly lethal to an organism. Borates reduce the intestinal flora which allow insects to digest food. Borates deactivate enzymes by cross-linking the enzyme’s hydroxyl groups. Although borates are highly toxic to insects, they are less toxic to mammals because mammals excrete boron faster than insects. Borates are biostats rather than biocides. On fungi borates work on contact, since disrupting the enzymes in fungi stops them from extracting nutrients in the wood. Sodium borates inhibit necessary oxidative metabolic activity at the cellular level - a constant energy-producing process necessary for life. Over time inhibition of fundamental biochemical activity results in death. Tests for termite control in the 1930s had shown promise, but more toxic chemicals were introduced and these naturally-occurring controls were simply ignored by the poison applicators here, in favor of the extremely dangerous and carcinogenic termiticide poisons, e.g., chlordane, aldrin and heptachlor. To apply Tim-bor as an aqueous solution, use two applications of 10% Tim-bor solution or a single application of 15% Tim-bor, the 15% solution is created by mixing 1½ lb. of the insecticide per gallon of water and applying immediately and/or a surfactant/foaming agent can be added to create a dry foam. The Tim-bor foam may be applied directly to wood surfaces or injected into insect galleries or wall voids. Sodium borate may be applied in two ways for general control of roaches, silverfish, ants and other insects: (1) in powder form to insect harborage areas or as a crack and crevice and void treatment, or (2) as an aqueous solution for crack and crevice treatment only. The product is highly toxic to both wood-destroying organisms and general insects but has low acute mammalian toxicity and is normally excreted quite rapidly. It is environmentally sound and can be used around children and pets, with no need for evacuation. It is easy to handle and mix, requiring no harsh chemical solvents. Tim-bor® is not absorbed through unbroken skin and washes off easily with soap and water. It is also odorless and non-flammable. When you use/substitute sodium borate to create baits, use about 1/2 the amount you would with boric acid. If you mix a tablespoon of sodium borate, 1/8 teaspoon of tea tree oil or emu oil and 1/2 teaspoon of fish oil with a capsule of Not Nice to Arthritis in a cup of body lotion. Stir and heat ingredients in a microwave oven for 25 - 30 seconds until thoroughly mixed; this mix will greatly help as a topical treatment for arthritis. Caution: While borates are not known to bio-accumulate in humans or pets, and are not absorbed through intact skin, all dusts should be applied using adequate personal safety protective gear. A dust mask should be worn to protect the applicator from inhaling dust, especially in areas of poor ventilation. Rubber gloves and long sleeves are also recommended to prevent skin abrasion and dermatitis. When applying a dust, care should be taken to apply only a thin layer of the material on the surfaces being treated. When completed, the areas treated should look as if they are in need of a dusting. Dust applications should be done only in wall voids, under cabinets and shelving units and in other dead air spaces where it will not be contacted by people or animals. If you can get any insect to ingest DOT you will kill them. The dead sea will always be the dead sea - salts do not break down but they keep on killing - Death Valley is death to all because of the borax. So use sodium borates to permanently control wood-destroying insects, fungi, termites and molds. Caution: Sodium borate’s LD50 is more toxic than boric acid, but remember boron (as sodium borate) is also a food supplement, e.g., in Chroma Trim Gum®. The Author, like many people, believes that baits 1853 made with 3% or less sodium borate work better than baits made with boric acid. Sodium borate can be used for “pretreatment” baits to pretreat or control termites. In order to ensure the best control, make them at ½% to 3% and monitor them yearly. When sprayed on concrete, the Author believes DOT becomes calcium boron and will not leach - killing many pest, e.g., roaches, termites and fungi permanently. The same sodium borate formula is also sold as Solu-bor®, a fertilizer (or as an essential micronutrient to plants) and as Poly-bor®, a fire retardant. DOT also will “microencapsulate” some pesticides, e.g., pyrethrum, and keep them around in crystals for generations. When any insect rests on them it quickly dies. The Author knows of route men in Florida who routinely added sodium borate to their sprayers, that already contained (several) volatile, synthetic pesticide poisons, and have all reduced the use of volatile, synthetic pesticide poisons up to 75% the first year and up to 90% the second year. See Caution in Chapter 36. U. S. borates were being tested for termite control at least since Cel Cure® was patented to protect wood in 1933, but research was shelved in favor of more toxic substances like the cyclodiene chlorinated hydrocarbons, e.g., chlordane, heptachlor, aldrin and dieldrin. Already in the 1940s borax and boric acid and sodium borate were routinely being used to protect wood in Australia, New Zealand and Europe. Lumber was protected on a commercial scale by the dip-diffusion method in Australia in the mid-1940s and sodium borates with greater water solubility were being used in Australia and New Zealand in the 1950s. By the 1970s hundreds of research papers noted how great borates protected wood. Only after aldrin, dieldirn, chlordane, heptachlor and mirex were banned or removed in the U. S. in the 1980s did the U. S. allow these wonderful U. S. Pestisafes® to be used here. As of this writing, several states still will not allow them to be legally used to protect wood safely; these regulators still insist that the maximum rate of far more volatile and, therefore, more dangerous/toxic termiticide poisons, that do not last any where as long, or work as well (even when they are contaminating us), be “used” to protect people and their property - no matter what the people want! It is a sad fact that most U. S. homes treated with volatile, synthetic termiticide poisons or fumigants have to be routinely monitored and retreated. Not only do the volatile termiticide poisons not work, they are killing us. These regulators did not learn anything about safe termite control - How To Use Use 1/2 ounce per gallon of water as prevention and up to 1 ounce per gallon for eradication
WDG3000 Extra Strength BTI - Fungus Gnat Eliminator WDG3000 Extra Strength BTI - Fungus Gnat Eliminator
WDG3000 Extra Strength BTI - Fungus Gnat Eliminator
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 5 reviews
$50.00
🍃Fungus Gnats? Eliminate Them!🚫 This all natural product works! 🤝 Partnering with Becker Microbial, we're thrilled to offer a potent solution against fungus gnats - a small package of highly concentrated BTI 🧬 in Kaolin Clay carrier! 🌿 🏷️ Becker is the pioneer, and this product is now offered in small 8 ounce bag 💡 WDG3000 means Water Dispersible Granules, utilized at 3000 ITU/mg.  🔬 ITU stands for International Toxin Units. While mosquito products are labeled down to 200 ITU/mg, our product targets a 3000 ITU/mg concentration for maximum efficiency against gnat larvae! 🎯 👉 Use 7.5 Grams per gallon of water to achieve an effective rate against gnat larvae. After eliminating gnats, reduce to 1.8 gram per gallon for prevention. 🛡️ 🔍 When comparing to other brands of BTI you will discover 4 "Strains" of BTI with different names - all leading back to the original strain discovered by Becker Microbial. This was proven with DNA sequencing 🧪 ✨ This means direct access to the original, potent source, ensuring you use the proper ITU rate with this premium concentrate. 🥇 📊 Our product is 43% BTI and 57% Kaolin Clay. 🌱 Directions For Potting Soil: 📝 🔎 Light Infestation: Use 1.8 Grams per gallon of water. (1/2 lb bag will make more than 126 Gallons) 🚨 Heavy Infestation: Use 7.5 Grams per gallon of water. (1/2 lb bag will make more than 30 Gallons of liquid super concentrate) 🔄 In full-blown infestations, apply at least 3 times per week for 1 week, then once per week until eradication. Afterwards, reduce to the lowest level or discontinue use. 📉 Recommended: 🌼 After the cycle, don't forget to re-inoculate with a balanced microbial product like Rootwise Mycrobe Complete for soil health. 🌺
Whole Soap Nuts - Straight From Nepal Whole Soap Nuts - Straight From Nepal
Whole Soap Nuts - Straight From Nepal
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 1 review
$40.00
🌿 100% Natural Soap Nuts - Deseeded 🌿 You will Get 1 Bag with 1 Kilo (2.2lbs) soap nuts and 4 small linen bags for soaking. These Soap Nut berries are of the highest quality and imported directly from Nepal.  🌱 Features & Benefits: 🌊 Excellent Wetting Agent: Contains natural saponins, perfect for gardening! 🌻 🏡 Versatile Household Uses: Ideal for cleaning, laundry, and more! ✨ 🍃 Eco-Friendly & Sustainable: A green alternative to chemical detergents. 🌍 🔍 High Quality Assured: Imported directly from Nepal and used in house here at BuildASoil 🏆  🌱 How to Use Whole Soap Nuts for Garden Care Discover the natural way to protect your plants with our organic saponins You can make fresh or concentrated, see below. 🌿 How to Make Fresh Cold Soap Nut Liquid Soaking: Cold Soak: Place the deseeded soap nut shells in a jar of water. The general ratio is about 10 shells to 6 cups of water, similar to boiling. You can adjust based on the desired concentration. (You can use the small cloth bag that comes with your Soap Nuts.) Duration: Let the shells soak for at least 8 hours, or overnight. The longer they soak, the more saponins will leach into the water, making the solution more potent. Straining: If you used the cloth bag, just pull it out, it not then strain. After soaking, strain the solution to remove the soap nut shells. The resulting liquid will be less concentrated than the boiled version but still effective. Usage: The solution can be used similarly to the boiled version in gardening for pest control, as a fungicide, and for cleaning purposes. Due to its milder concentration, you might need to use it more frequently or in larger quantities for the desired effect. Storage: Store the unused portion of the soap nut liquid in the refrigerator. It doesn't have preservatives, so it can spoil or ferment if left at room temperature for too long. Use within a week for best results. Tips: Warm Water: Using warm water (not hot) can slightly speed up the extraction process. Agitation: Occasionally shake or stir the solution during the soaking process to help release more saponins from the soap nuts. Freshness Check: Before using, check the solution for any off smell or signs of spoilage. If it smells sour or unpleasant, it's best to discard it and make a fresh batch. This method is gentler and requires no heat, making it energy efficient and convenient. However, remember that the potency and effectiveness might vary compared to the boiled version, so adjustments in application might be necessary. 💾 Storage: Use fresh, or store in a cool, dark place for up to a week. Protect your garden the eco-friendly way with our Soap nut foliar spray and drench! 🌏  🌿 How to Make Concentrated Boiled Soapnut Liquid Follow these simple steps to unlock the full saponin power of soap nuts... Making Liquid Solution: Boil: Place a handful of deseeded soap nut shells into a pot of water. The amount of water will depend on how concentrated you want the solution. A general guideline is about 10 shells to 6 cups of water. Simmer: Let the mixture simmer for approximately 30 minutes to an hour. This process extracts the saponins and creates a soapy liquid. Cool and Strain: Let the solution cool down and then strain it to remove the shells. Dilution and Frequency: Dilution: For general use, dilute the solution as needed. A common ratio is 1 part soap nut liquid to 10 parts water, but this can vary depending on the application. Frequency: Use it weekly or when you notice pests or mildew. It's a gentle, natural product, but it's still wise to observe how your plants respond and adjust usage accordingly. Composting: After boiling, the used soap nut shells can be added to your compost pile. They decompose well and add to the nutrient content of the compost. 🌼 Application in the Garden 🌧️ Spray on Plants: Apply the solution to the foliage, covering both top and underside of leaves. 🕗 Best Time: Spray early in the morning or late afternoon to avoid leaf burn. 📅 Frequency: Use once a week or as needed, based on pest situation. 🌼🍃Combine with other natural products to create specific formulas. 💧🌿 Great for emulsifying Neem Oil. 🛡️🦠🌱Effective in eliminating Powdery Mildew. 💾 Storage: Use fresh, or store in a cool, dark place for up to a week. Protect your garden the eco-friendly way with our Soap nut foliar spray and drench! 🌏  💡 Tips: 🌱 Natural Variation: Being a natural product, effectiveness and foaminess can vary. 📅 Shelf Life: Lasts about a week in the fridge. Discard if you notice an odd smell or mold. Embrace the eco-friendly way of cleaning with our natural soap nut liquid! 🌍 How To Use In Laundry:  1. Add 4-8 Shells into 1 small cloth laundry bag (Your Order comes with 4) and toss in the washer with your clothes.  2. Use 4 Cycles and then discard or compost. 
Yucca Extract - Therm X-70 Yucca Extract - Therm X-70
Yucca Extract - Therm X-70
Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 144 ratings
from $42.35
Therm X-70 is a natural wetting agent derived from yucca. It contains 100% concentrated yucca extract, 20% Saponins and 80% other water soluble substances from Yucca. This extract helps plants overcome adverse water conditions and is a great spreader and sticker for other sprays. Use Therm X-70 to increase your crop's ability to germinate and establish in stressed conditions, as well as increase its water and fertilizer uptake. Therm X-70 is liquid and smells very sweet, The brix level is 70. Useful Info Protects Crops Against: Heat and Water Stress Soil Compaction Poor Water Penetration Salinity and Alkali The use of ThermX has been proven to result in: Increased water penetration Increased fertilizer uptake Increased permeability of heavy clay soil with salt and alkali problems Improved drainage, reducing salinity Increased water intake Increased root growth Why use ThermX?Growing conditions are never perfect. Crops are subject to many kinds of stress conditions that limit production and quality. ThermX helps plants overcome these stresses. What is ThermX?ThermX is a concentrated plant extract meal containing steroid saponin. This natural compound is found in certain desert plants like Yucca. Steroid saponin helps these plants overcome the adverse growing conditions of the desert. When placed in the root zone, ThermX helps crop plants, trees and turf in much the same manner. How does ThermX work? Action in Soils:Steroid saponin is a natural wetting agent that reduces surface tension. This action enhances better: Water penetration into the soil Subbing of beds Drainage of excess water from the root zone Action on Plants and Trees:Under stress conditions, steroid saponin increases the plant’s ability to utilize water more efficiently, resulting in: Improved seed germination and stand establishment Increased water uptake Improved fertilizer uptake Irrigation Water and Nutrient Losses:Water and nutrients are wasted if they aren’t used by the plants. The root systems are often denied the water and nutrients needed because of soil compaction, poor water penetration and subbing, and by the action of excess salinity and alkali. ThermX relieves these stresses, increasing crop yields.American Extracts supplies different agriculture products to suit everyone’s application needs. All are made from 100% natural yucca. The products are registered with California Department of Agriculture and with Organic Materials Review Institute. How To Use Directions for containers: For Potting Soil: Use At 2-3 ml Per Gallon of Clean Water. For Foliar Spray: Use at 2-3 ml Per Gallon Use when building new soil to properly moisten the peat. Use when soil is not taking water fast enough and is acting hydrophobic Use in any Foliar Spray for increase wetting action. DIRECTIONS FOR ACREAGE USE: SOIL: Use one pint (16 oz.) per acre. PROBLEM SOIL: For saline, alkali, and water penetration problems, use 1 quart (32oz.) per acre, first application. ROW CROPS: Mix with starter or side dress fertilizer. Can also be metered into first irrigation water. TREES AND VINES: Dilute in sufficient water for coverage and spray soil surface to be irrigated or meter into first irrigation water. PLANTS: Use eight fluid ounces (8 oz.) per 100 gallons of water to reduce surface tension and improve wetting in agricultural sprays. TRANSPLANTS: Mix with transplant water to apply one pint (16 oz.) per acre

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