Question by  santhosh (20)

How can I get rid of worms on my green beans?


Answer by  BrendaG (6111)

Toads are beneficial to have to eat the worms. You can buy them or place a rock and a pot upside down in your garden to encourage them. Wood ashes dampened and placed around plants is a help, too. Early plowing and fall plowing can help prevent eggs hatching. Sevin dusted onto leaves is a must!


Answer by  dwammer (710)

There's several methods. You can spray a mixture of salt water and spray the plants that have the worms, or you can pick them off by hand. Another method is to plant a wasp or bird eating plant near where the worms are to attract a bigger predator.


Answer by  eyeguy (3760)

The easiest way to rid your vegetables of worms and mites is to put together a mixture of one tablespoon dish liquid and 12 ounces of water in a sprayer. It smothers the bugs .


Answer by  hwht25 (441)

Basically you want to spray raid all over it but then they may be infected. So just try using some lemon to get them off.


Answer by  lllll (37)

If your beans are being cut off at the ground level-two kinds of cut worms,the first planting of my green beans, use chemical pesticides,rabbits are my biggest green bean pest.

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