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Garden Plants as Bug Repellents

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Plants to Protect the Gardener: Natural Insect Repellents

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If stinging gnats have made gardening a painful chore for you, the author has some advice on natural insect repellents - essentially, plants - that will keep them away for a time. By H.C. Matthews READ MORE
http://www.motherearthnews.com/organic-gardening/natural-insect-repell...

Companion Plants ~ Insect-Repellant Plants ~ Beneficial Insects

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Companion Plants Amaranth -- Corn, Onion, Potato Angelica -- Incompatible with Dill Anise -- Beans, Coriander /// Incompatible with Basil, Rue Apple -- Chives /// Incompatible with: Potato READ MORE
http://www.rexresearch.com/agro/comp1.htm

Grow a Garden of 5 Natural Bug Repellent Plants

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May 11th, 2010 Posted in Green Living & News, Mosquitoes & Repellent There’s a reason EcoSMART uses natural plant oils in its solutions. Some plants have built-in natural defenses against bugs. READ MORE
http://blog.ecosmart.com/index.php/2010/05/11/grow-a-garden-of-5-natur...

Repelling Bad Bugs with Plants

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By Nikki Phipps There is no way to get around having insects in the garden; however, you can successfully scare the bad bugs away by incorporating useful plants into your landscape. Many plants can READ MORE
http://www.gardeningknowhow.com/problems/repelling-bad-bugs-with-plant...
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