How to Kill Bugs on Potato Plants?


You can set a trap to kill potato bugs by spreading a thin layer of petroleum jelly on a short board and putting it under your plants. The potato bug will crawl on it and get stuck. Or you can buy pre-mixed Neem Oil and spray it directly on your plants.
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1. Examine plants for signs of potato bug infestation. Trim away dead leaves, and cut back stems that have been chewed on by hungry bugs. Snip away any leaves with clusters of yellow
A potato bug or potato beetle is a creepy looking garden pest. It is sometimes referred to as a Colorado Beetle because it thrives mainly in the Rocky Mountain Region.
One effective natural remedy for potato bugs is to create a trap using petroleum jelly smeared on a piece of wood. Surround the plants you wish to protect and wait, the bugs will
Once you have the potatoes bug, they're rather hard to get rid of. So the best thing to do is try to not get them. One of the ways to do this is by spreading ashes around the seeds
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