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Growing Mint, also Garden mint

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30 Mar 18 Kaki (Australia - temperate climate)
Hi I have greenish caterpillars on my mint, can I use pyrethrum to get rid of them, n after how long can I use the leaves for cooking Thanks
04 Apr 18 Mike (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Yes use it.
16 Jun 18 Leigh (Australia - temperate climate)
Cut garlic cloves, mix it with warm water. Put in a sprayer. Stinks but it’s natural. Caterpillars gone!
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