How To Keep Aphids Off Tomato Plants 

Tomato plants are damaged by aphids, which feed on sap from leaves and stems. Aphid control is crucial for tomato crop health and output. These six measures will prevent aphids off your tomato plants:  

Check your tomato plants for groups of little, soft-bodied aphids on the undersides of leaves.  

1. Regular Inspection

If tomato plants have aphids, trim away contaminated leaves and stems and dispose of the plant material away from the garden.  

2. Prune Infested Areas

Focus on the undersides of tomato leaves where aphids swarm with a powerful garden hose blast.  

3. Water Spray

Control aphids using homemade insecticidal soap or neem oil spray. These remedies choke or repel aphids without hurting plants.  

4. Homemade Remedies

Introduce ladybugs and lacewings to your garden to organically eat aphids. You may attract helpful insects to your yard by planting nectar-rich blooms.  

5. Beneficial Insects

Aphids can be controlled with botanical oil or pyrethrin-based organic pesticides as a last option. Please read the label and avoid spraying while beneficial insects are active.  

6. Organic Pesticides

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