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Hey guys, so right now I have a few plants out in 5 gallon buckets. They are looking good, most on their 4th or 5th set, but i have run into some issues with bugs. They are eating away at some of my plants and some of the leafes are completely eaten. I need a way to stop this asap.
Any good natural ways to deter the bugs?
Ive heard of putting potato slices on the surface of the soil...
ive also heard of spraying with diluted dish detergent?
If your plants growing well it should be naturally resistant. Pests only attack plants who are weak to start. High organic matter in the soil is probably technically the best natural pest and disease control