How to Get Rid of Spider Infestation in Garden in the UK

Dacha is a favorite vacation spot for many UK dwellers. But often the owners are upset by a large number of spiders in the country house and in the garden. Although spiders do no harm, they inhabit corners, flower beds and bushes with cobwebs and this is unpleasant to many gardeners. In country gardens, spiders are very comfortable, residents do not come often, and no one bothers them to weave their nets and catch various insects in them.

In the garden

In the garden
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In summer cottages, most often spiders settle in greenhouses, because there the most favorable conditions are created for them and there is always food.

You need to start the fight by cleaning places convenient for weaving webs, as well as available secluded places where spiders willingly arrange nests.

Spider eggs look like white balls wrapped in cobwebs. They must be found and destroyed.

Chemicals can be used to fight. Chemical means can kill spiders, but in open areas it is not easy. After a while, others will take their place.

Spiders do not like the smell of peppermint, so you can plant this plant on the site to scare them away.

In the garden or flower beds

In the garden or flower beds
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When fighting spiders in a garden or flower garden, you can apply all of the above measures singly or in combination. The main thing to remember is that the use of chemicals is not advisable during flowering, because bees and other insects that pollinate flowers will suffer from chemicals in large numbers.

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