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How to Make a Homemade Bug Catcher Antenna.?

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1. File or sand a 1/2 inch to 3/4 inch flat strip along the length of each of the two 1-1/2-inch PVC pipe sections to create an effective coil tap point location. Drill a 3/8 inch hole into the center of each end cap. 2. Place a reducer and an end
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Homemade Bug Catcher
Bugs can be a large problem for any homeowner or gardener. They can eat your plants causing irreparable damage or lay eggs on the leaves or stems and multiply, causing more bugs than you can cope with. There are pesticides and sprays you can use, or... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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1 Dig a medium sized hole in an area of your garden where bugs are most likely to thrive for example: a boggy or weedy area, a muddy place or somewhere like a compost heap or somewhere
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In my mind, for a person to become a bug catcher there are three possible scenarios. they like to catch bugs as a child and the fantasy and wonder carried into adulthood. they really
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That depends on whether you are keeping them off your garden, house, or body. On the whole, most natural bug repellents do not work at all, although many artificial ones are made
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