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2/11/14 10:15 P

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That is a good idea and how do you keep those white bugs off of them along with those caterpillars that have horns on them.

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2/11/14 3:14 P

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Thanks for the ideas!

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2/11/14 10:40 A

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A couple of ideas to help control them:
1 Put out containers of soapy water you can let these sit out an catch some or you can also knock the into the container.
2 make a hot pepper spray, you can either just add a really hot, hot sauce to water and put in a sprat bottle or put a jalapeņo pepper in a blender full of water and run until it is ground up. let that sit for a couple of hours (not in blender or blender jar will absorb the flavor) then strain into a spray bottle. Spray the stink bugs with it.

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2/11/14 6:28 A

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Hi - Anyone find any deterrents to keep the stink bugs off of their tomatoes last year? It was horrible in Ohio. I'm trying to plan for spring planting and maybe I'll have to go with fewer Tomatoes. What veges will not be bothered by these pests? Thanks!

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