What is the best pesticide for aphids?

What is the best pesticide for aphids?

If insecticides are needed, insecticidal soaps and oils are the best choices for most situations. Oils may include petroleum-based horticultural oils or plant-derived oils such as neem or canola oil. These products kill primarily by smothering the aphid, so thorough coverage of infested foliage is required.

What can I spray on my hibiscus for bugs?

Insecticidal soaps work well against the pests that plague hibiscus plants, and you can even make up a solution yourself with ingredients that are already in your home. Add 1 tablespoon of any liquid dish soap to a quart of water, and mix gently. Pour the solution into a spray bottle for easy application.

What is a sign of overwatering plants?

When plants have too little water, leaves turn brown and wilt. This also occurs when plants have too much water. The biggest difference between the two is that too little water will result in your plant's leaves feeling dry and crispy to the touch while too much water results in soft and limp leaves.

What are Brown leaves a sign of?

Plant tips can turn brown when they're exposed to too much fertilizer and too many salts build up in the soil. When this happens to potted plants, tips turn brown from a condition known as fertilizer burn or tip burn.

Where should you place a spider plant?

Spider plants can be grown outside in zones 9-11, where they prefer light shade and well-draining soil. But indoors, they really aren't low-light plants: They thrive in lots of indirect light, between 55 and 80 degrees F, and they love humidity.

Do spider plants need to hang?

They're as easy to care for outdoors as they are in the garden. These hanging plants, with fleshy rhizomatic roots, need a bit of room to show off their arching displays. Spider plants hanging in the grower's greenhouses.