Add the garlic and mint to a food processor and pulse for a few seconds.
Transfer mixture to a large pot and add the cayenne and 12c. water.
Bring to a boil; remove from heat and let sit overnight.
Strain into a couple spray bottles (or gallon garden sprayer) and add the two small squirts of dish soap.
Shake well before each use.
Spray all the leaves on affected plants, including the undersides – preferably on a cloudy day so as not to burn the plants.
Wait a few days to see the affect and then apply more if needed (many times I’ve only needed to do one application)
– This is like a pepper spray, so you should protect your skin and eyes like you would when using any hot peppers, although the potency is less because it only uses dried cayenne.– Wait a few days to harvest after using so there isn’t any spicy residuals (I only used 2 applications the whole summer, so there never was any taste to the produce).– This spray works mainly by repelling bugs, though if they rub against it, it may kill them.– The scent keeps bugs away, but I still had plenty of ladybugs and bees in my garden, maybe because I only used the spray a few times.Get more answers to questions AND see how it's working in other's gardens on the Garden Spray FAQs.