Natural Pesticides Make 'Rest in Peace' Not So Bad

Natural alternatives exist to kill aphids, cabbage loopers, carpenter ants and other petsThankfully, health-conscious and environmentally-aware consumers have more options when it comes to dealing with pests. Acknowledging that PETA feels strongly about not killing bug in our beds, the majority of people would rather not share their living and garden quarters with bugs, many of them laying eggs in our food and dusty corners.

Whether it’s mint oil for wasps or soil-eating bacterium, the WSJ updates us on ‘friendler’ options for cleaning house and garden, when we’re not in the mood for company. Read Consumers Turn to Natural Pesticides.