A Gnat Tip for Houseplants: Safe for indoor veggies?

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A Gnat Tip for Houseplants

By goldfinch4
May 21, 2012

A great way to get rid of gnats on your houseplants is to mix 32 ounces of water with one squirt of Windex. Water your plants by making sure the entire soil surface is wet. It's not necessary to saturate the soil.

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Name: John Dickson
Rockville Maryland (Zone 6b)
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jtdickson
May 22, 2012 3:24 PM CST
I got excited when I first saw this. We grow a lot of food indoors and sometimes have issues with gnats. On further consideration, I'm not sure this would be a safe solution where food is involved.
Name: Chris
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May 23, 2012 12:39 AM CST
John, I'm not sure about that. The Windex is very diluted.
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