Mange Mites and Guinea Pigs: What You Need to Know!

Important information about mange mites in guinea pigs: this is my summary of lots of research on websites, forums and even scientific papers into the sympto…
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Diy homemade howto make Pesticidal oil using canola oil,Its a all safe natural Garden insecticide, pesticides, It provides insect control all year. It’s perf…

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25 Responses to Mange Mites and Guinea Pigs: What You Need to Know!

  1. Ju Ju Beans & Monkey says:

    does this work for white flies

  2. Nicole Sharits says:

    Do you have to use canola or can you use something like olive oil? Also if
    there on the actual fruit of the plant would you spray the fruit

  3. Carvemasta says:

    thats not organic its gmo if its a hybrid

  4. twista locc says:

    Is it safe on cannabis??

  5. Roger Keulen says:

    Crude oil is also `organic`, so the ‘organic’ part sounds like noncens to
    Does this ‘Monsanto Roundup Ready Canola Oil’ (>80%) harm bees ?

    I just stick to my “Smelly Union Soup” that they used 2000 years ago.
    (Still works :-) 

  6. Aodhan Mcdonnell says:

    Will this work for weed plants and if it does can u still smoke the buds

  7. STLDP57 says:

    Hmm, I tried this and the plants I did spray turned yellow.

  8. h baker says:

    the 4% in the commercial insecticide product is likely an emulsifier that
    allows the oil to suspend in water more readily. The canola oil bought at
    the grocery store likely does not contain other ingredients but the “may
    contain soy, peanuts etc” is a VITAL WARNING label requirement of all food
    products that are processed in plants that may come in CONTACT with
    equipment or storage facilities that process those products ( soy, peanuts,
    etc.) or harvested by farm equipment that is shared from one field crop to
    another. This is a safety warning for anyone with an anaphylactic allergic
    reaction to those products.Peanut allergies are especially problematic. If
    even a microscopic trace of the peanut protein is ingested by a person with
    a peanut allergy his airway and face will swell shut and their blood
    pressure will plummet. This is anaphylactic shock and must be treated with
    epinephrine shots and a trip to the ER. Anaphylatic shock will kill you in
    a matter of 5 minutes. People with these allergies carry an emergency
    Epi-pen with them as an antidote to the allergic reaction. This labeling
    does not usually mean there is any of that plant product in the oil but it
    can mean that it was harvested and processed in an area where it could have
    come in contact with that allergic plant.Cooking oils are a prime suspect
    because plants that process canola oil can also process peanut oil, soybean
    oil and the like. Farmers often have fields of different crops and use the
    harvesters from one type of crop to another. Dry soybeans, peanuts and
    other such products when handled produce dust that can be airborne and in a
    processing plant traces can get on processing equipment. People with these
    kinds of allergies discover them as small children when they have a
    near-death exposure. So the most common victim is going to be a small child
    who is even less able to survive such an attack than a full grown adult.
    The allergy is a lifelong allergy. They will never outgrow it. As for an
    insecticide, anything that can smother the pores of an insects ability to
    breath will kill it. The thing you have to worry about organic home
    remedies is on what types of plants you spray as the smothering effect can
    smother some plant tissues as well or strip them of their natural cuticle
    or cause sunburn. For instance, I use regular liquid dish soap on my plants
    as a insecticidal soap and it works really good on just about everything
    but not petunias or cautiously on conifers. Conifers have a waxy coating on
    their needles that protect them from water loss in extreme temperatures hot
    and cold. Soaps break down that waxy coating and the needles dry out, turn
    brittle and fall off. I have to use a very dilute solution on them to
    control aphids. I cannot use any on petunias or flowers that have similar
    type petals as the soap literally dissolves them. Cooking oils have to be
    treated as if they are summer oils. The more refined the oil the lighter
    and less likely to cause sun burn or to smother the pores on the underside
    of the leaf. The more delicate a plant structure the more cautious I would

  9. Manoj Chacko says:

    Here an ancient Indian pesticide that was being used for centuries and
    works very very well. …….
    3G Spray :
    You can grind 20 gms each of Ginger, Garlic and Green chillies, (3G) mix
    this in 100 ml vegetable oil cover and set aside away from sunlight for 15
    days. Use 10-25 ml (depending on the plants and the intensity of the
    infestation) ml of this dispersed in 1 litre soap nut water and spray of
    the affected areas of the plants. If you do not have soap nut you can use
    some mild or organic liquid soap for emulsifying the oil. Have been found
    effective in controlling leaf roller, thrips, mealy bugs, fruit, stem and
    bark borer, hairy caterpillar and aphids.

  10. Jack Mehoff says:

    you realize that it can be 98 percect canola oil but still have .15% of
    whatever the active ingredient. is? They Have to have a base to work off of

  11. Pearly Q says:

    Brilliant! You smarty pants!!

  12. Christopher M says:

    Thanks!! Just discovered mites on my tomatoes!!!!

  13. Grace De La Rosa says:

    Thanks for sharing!

  14. twista locc says:

    Thank you

  15. sue ellen mcgoey says:

    Thank you so much was about to order expensive neem oil~appreciate the

  16. Maine Maine says:

    I might add a half of a teaspoon of dishsoap as well as cayenne pepper to
    this recipe. Turn it up a Lil. 

  17. Courtney McFarland says:

    I’ve got spider mites on my green beans- might try this- thanks!

  18. VladislasTepes says:

    yeah we see ingredient say nothing , why all like that shit ….natural
    farm better poisonous than chimistry do actualy .
    *Pesticidal oil* was fungus oil with bacteria oil with virus oil , and
    certenly more.

  19. Lauren Kelley says:

    Thanks! I will be trying this on some of my vegetable plants. Just found
    some today on there. Also good to save money.

  20. avgrim77 says:

    You’re like me. I’d rather make my own and save instead of get ripped off
    by these companies. I’m gonna have to try this.

  21. Gardening & More says:
  22. Gizmo EE says:

    how did it work 

  23. calibomber209 says:

    Nice! I use garlic oil, castor oil and horticultural soap for indoor and no
    mites no mildew and I run outside air indoors. Cheap and safe! Screw
    pyrithium and azadirachtin ! 

  24. William Gordge says:

    When I make up my “white oil”, I use the following recipe which works great
    when you want a concentrate stored away for quick use. I use a 2 Litre milk
    bottle. you will need; 3 cups of cooking oil. 1/4 cup of earth friendly
    dish washing liquid. 1/4 cup of seaweed solution. Water. Method; put all
    ingredients except water into milk jug. Add water to almost top and replace
    lid. Shake until you mix the oil with water. DONE! This concentrate is 1
    part to 10, so 1 Litre will make 10 litres of spray!

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