The Mad Hatter wrote:Sahara product do you recommend?
Not quite sure I understand what you're asking.
However, I don't really do anything to prevent insects from visiting my garden. Many, after all, are useful. I prefer just to keep a close eye on my plants, and if I see pests appear, I treat to control them. Most soft-bodied insects can be killed with a soap & water solution. Larger pests, like slugs, snails and some caterpillars, are easy to pick off by hand.
In general, I prefer to remove insect pests by hand, because I don't want to kill the good ones, like ladybugs, assassin bugs, and others ... and of course, bees. Soap spray will kill beneficial insects, too, which is why I don't use even that randomly. JMO.
"Isn't it enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe that there are fairies at the bottom of it too?" - Douglas Adams