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How to use tobacco as a pesticide

When flowers are invaded by white fleas you certainly appeal to insecticides.
However, an eco-friendly method and very healthy for plants is tobacco. You can get it from 2-3 cigarettes and prepare an infusion in 200ml of water.

Allow the liquid to cool then pour it in a sprayer. Spread it on the affected plants, even on the healthy ones, to prevent insect appearance! You’ll notice the effects immediately. Use the infusion a few days in a row to remove flea eggs. If this solution is sprayed over fruit plants, be sure to wash thoroughly fruits before eating them.

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