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I am not promoting any site that sells this stuff, but I felt many of you may be intrested in alternative to pest control so I share what I know. This stuff really works. The main reason we looked into this was for a natural non toxic way of killing fleas on our dogs. When I started researching DE, I found out it has more benifits than just killing fleas. I did my home work and then we ordered a 50 pound bag of food grade from earthworkshealth a few weeks ago and have witnessed the effectiveness of this on our dogs. I also have been ingesting this food grade DE as instructed, a spoon full a day. I dont feel any different but im sure its benificial and Im not dead yet. I know this stuff is good because when you dust a dog with it, they get all happy and excited. Animals know, they hate chemicals. Also it can be used on garden vegtables, no chemicals.
Diatomaceous Earth is a blessing and its worth looking into, research it for your self.
Diatomaceous Earth provides a permanent barrier against Ants, Fleas, Ticks, Cockroaches, Earwigs, Slugs, Beetles, Flies, Silverfish, Bed Bugs and many other pests indoors and out, naturally, without harsh synthetic chemicals
Diatomaceous earth is obtained from deposits of diatomite, fossilised sedimentary layers of tiny phytoplankton called diatoms, many of them originating at least 20 million years ago in the lakes and seas. These small creatures have survived with few major changes until today. Two major types exist, marine and freshwater. Diatoms are all single-celled organisms, actually small plants, that photosynthesize, producing much of the world's oxygen.
Diatomaceous earth is a form of amorphous silica that can kill insects by desiccation, by absorbing the oily or waxy outer cuticle layer by direct contact. When the thin, waterproof layer is lost, the insect loses water and dies. In addition to its desiccant action, it works abrasively to rupture insect cuticles. Some insects are more vulnerable due to their anatomy and physiology. Those with large surface area to volume ratios (often smaller insects) are more susceptible.