October 16, 2004
Bombs and house sprays pose
a threat to the human inhabitants. When used properly they are considered safe and effective, but these products are toxic
and should be used only as a last resort. To help Mother Nature naturally, without toxic poisons,
use organic homemade controls.
Are bugs - Man's new Best Friend? Well many a bug lover would argue this point. And yes, there are limits to everything
– having a spider problem myself (Brown Recluse). I cornered one; it reminded me of that movie Arachnophobia.
I moved one way, it moved the other… it was a cat n’ mouse game. This thing actually seemed to have a brain!
Dr. Bader helps you identify the problem in your home
or garden then provides a number of solutions that can easily be put to use against beetles, Mites, Rove beetles, Earwigs, Wheel bugs, Spiders, etc. It practically
covers every bug imaginable! Not only does the book point out what attract
these pesky bugs, but also natural repellants.
Using humorous illustrations Club the Bugs
and Scare the Critters focuses on pesticides and the hazards to human and animal life, as well as the environment
is life threatening.
Overall, this book is well worth the investment. Try
one or a number of these simple organic recipes to rid your turf of nasty pests. Hopefully, you will have good results
and not to mention a healthy, safe, and successful home or garden.
Reviewed by Betsie