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Nematodes—tiny parasitic worms that live in the soil—as well as caterpillars and grasshoppers can wreak havoc on your vegetable garden. But molasses “tea” can be the natural solution for helping preserve your produce. To make, dissolve 3 tablespoons of molasses in 4 cups of warm water in a spray bottle, and shake well. Spray on your plants and the ground around them every few days to keep these pests at bay.
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