Review: Earth’s Ally Insect Control/ Bee Safe & Effective?

Earth’s Ally Insect Control – Is It Really Bee Safe and Effective??

  • Product Name: Earth’s Ally Insect Control
  • Price: Amazon – 18.69 Ready to Use: 39.98 Concentrate 32 oz.
  • Cheapest Place to Buy: Lowes: Ready to Use – 9.98; Concentrate 32 oz. – 30.65
  • Size of Container: Spray Bottle – 24 oz.:  Concentrate 32 oz
  • Guarantee: Satisfaction Guaranteed for 30 days; Customerservice@earthsalley.com; 1-800-550-6259 Monday through Friday EST
  • My Rating: 4.9 out of 5

Is It Really Organic and Safe?

With all the information regarding lawsuits and controversial information regarding insecticides, it’s no wonder people are Ready to Use Sprayreluctant to use traditional chemicals to rid their garden of unwanted pests. There are alternatives, though. One alternative is Earth’s Ally Insect Control. This review will address the merits of this product and hopefully answer some questions you may have about it.

According to the United States company that manufactures this product, Earth’s Ally Insect Control is safe for people, pets and the planet. It also protects pollinators, including bees, and has a full line of bee safe gardening products. If you are interested in learning about the benefits of bees, please refer to my post, Helper Bees.

It has been tested by independent laboratories, field tested, farmer approved and been selected the most effective in the organic agricultural industry.

Earth’s Ally Insect Control has been approved and reviewed in the OMRI. “The Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) is an international nonprofit organization that determines which input products are allowed for use in organic production and processing. OMRI Listed® poducts are allowed for use in certified organic operations under the USDA National Organic Program.” 

The organization makes sure the products comply with organic standards.

So, yes, it is organic and safe.

So What’s Earth’s Ally Insect Control Made Out Of? – Other Info, PleaseCloves

This insect control is a blend of rosemary, cloves and peppermint oils. It leaves no harmful residue and can be used on vegetables, fruits, flowers, trees and shrubs. The product controls spider mites, whiteflies, aphids, mealy bugs, leaf rollersRosemary and scale insects. It will kill and control all soft-bodied insects, however it is not effective on hard bodied insects like cucumber beetles.

Earth’s Ally Insect Control is safe for indoor and outdoor plants and has a natural aroma. It is bottled specifically for home gardeners and can be used both to prevent infestation and as an aggressive insect eliminator.Peppermint

What It Is Not!

It is NOT a conventional lawn and garden product. It is not made from harmful chemicals that can destroy “good” insects or taint vegetables or fruit in your garden. And it will not cause Parkinson’s Disease, Non Spray InsecticidesHodgkins Lymphoma or any other cancers that have been linked to other insecticides.

It is an organic product that is safe for the environment, pets, and humans.

But Is It Really Effective?

According to 99% of all reviews I have researched, it is effective on soft-bodied insects. It will prevent infestation and will mediate infestation on your plants and flowers.

Instructions for Use:

Concentrate

Preventive Care – (First Shake Concentrate)

  • mix 3/4 c (6 oz.) of concentrate with 1 gallon of water
  • apply fine mist to leaves and stems until it is saturated
  • do not apply in temperatures above 90 degrees
  • spray in the early morning or in the evening
  • spray every 7 to 10 days

Infestations:

Follow above instructions but apply every 5 days as needed

OR:

Use the Ready to Use spray.

The only negative reviews were from people needing to rid their garden of hard shelled insects. It states on the product that it will not alleviate those kinds of insects.

 Product Benefits – Save Those Bees!Honey Bee

We all know our bee population is rapidly diminishing, so why not use a herbicide instead of an insecticide to save as many bees as possible? To learn more about bees and pollination, refer to my post on Helper Bees.

In addition to saving the bee population, you’ll also be creating a healthier environment for all of us in which to live. Think of your children and grandchildren!

 Product Support

The product comes with a 30 day guarantee. There is a customer service number to contact if you have any questions and also a web page for more information.

1-800-550-6259 Monday through Friday EST

Customerservice@earthsalley.com

Review: Earth’s Ally Insect Control  / Yea or Nay?

There are many reasons to use this product.

  • it’s organic
  • the product is people, pet and planet friendly
  • the insect control is safe for the environment
  • it’s been approved by the OMRI
  • Earth’s Ally protects the bee colonies
  • for the money conscious its economical especially if you purchase the concentrate
  • and it is effective

As a result of all the above mentioned points, I find this product to be the real deal. I rate it a 4.9 out of 5 only because of the few reviews of people who were not totally convinced because they had not used it long enough.

(As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.)

If you are in need of an effective insect control, you can purchase it at Home Depot, Lowes, or Amazon.

I hope you enjoyed this review and found it worthwhile. If you have any questions or comments regarding Earth’s Ally Insect control, please leave them below. I’d love to know what you think of the product!

(Some of the links within this post are affiliate links on which I receive a small compensation from the sale of certain items.)

Happy Gardening

Nina

bestgardeningforbeginners@gmail.com

https://bestgardeningforbeginners.com

4 thoughts on “Review: Earth’s Ally Insect Control/ Bee Safe & Effective?”

  1. Thanks for sharing this article with us all. Its time more people knew about such products insted of just going for the chemicals that destroy everything else around them. I know that wasps and stuff can be a pain, but afterall, they are natural. But obviously theycan be a bit much. So its good to have natural products to deal with them.

    1. I’m glad you learned from the review. Hopefully you don’t have too many wasps to deal with and rather have things like aphids and whiteflies. The Earth’s Ally Insect Control will definitely help with them. Thanks for the comment. Let me know if you try the product and how effective it is.

      Nina

  2. Hi Nina,

    This is a great find! The garden is coming in and my plants are starting to really take off an I am already trying to get the bugs away from them. I am so glad I have found this and it is readily available at Lowe’s. 

    I will be using this over the weekend. We are in an area that the cicadas are climbing out this year and I am concerned for my garden. Do you think this will help for keeping those away from my plants?

    Thanks,

    Chad

    1. I understand your concern about cicadas. However, from what I’ve read they suck the sap from woody stems, such as bushes and young trees rather than flowers and vegetables. “Sapling trees, ornamental shrubs, blueberries, grape vines, and bramble fruits like raspberries and blackberries are all in danger, as are oaks, maples, cherries, dogwoods, and redbuds.” Sited from USA Today.

      As far as using this product to remediate the problem, I’m not too sure. The product only works on soft bodied insects. Once the cicada emerges from the ground, it does molt its exoskeleton which is the hard bodied portion of the insect. But it quickly grows another exoskeleton. I am not sure how long it takes for the exoskeleton to be fully developed. Perhaps you could catch the cicadas at the soft bodied stage and use Nature’s Ally Insect Control then. 

      If you are really concerned, try and delay any new plantings, wrap your plants in netting with holes around 1cm in diameter, and if they are damaged, water them at least one inch a week and apply mulch around the tree or plant without touching the trunk. This will help revive them. 

      I hope this helped. From everything I’ve read, though, they are more of a nuisance than a hindrance. Birds, frogs, and other creatures love to feed on them. They will have quite a feast!

      Nina

      Please let me know how you made out and thanks for the comment.

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