Maggie’s Farm 3 In 1 Garden Spray – Review (Video)

We always grow organically and fight the pests of our plants with homemade products made at home. But recently we had an attack of aphids on our plants and we decided to try Maggie’s Farm 3 in 1 Garden spray. We chose this product because it can be applied to the vegetables we are going to consume and it is organic.

If you are interested in knowing how we found using Maggie’s Farm Garden spray on our plants, we accompany you in this review.

First of all, we want to clarify that the people at Maggie’s farm did not sponsor or pay us for this review. This review is completely informative for our readers of

Maggie’s Farm Home Bug Spray – Characteristics

Normally we combat mites and aphids with ladybugs or with mixtures of natural products such as neem oil or vinegar. But this time we decided to try a commercial product and after so much reading (since there are several) the product from Maggie’s Farm we were convinced by its ingredients, which are as follows.

Thyme Oil


Cinnamon Oil

Peppermint Oil

As you can see it is a very natural product and does not contain anything weird in its ingredients like other products I found when looking for information, since we did not want to use anything bad for the environment.

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maggies farm 3 in 1 garden spray

Maggie’s Farm 3 In 1 Garden Spray – Review

The Maggie’s Farm 3 in 1 Garden spray product is very good at preventing insect attacks, but in our case, it was too late because the insects were attacking some of our plants.

Then we apply it on our plants (reading previously the indications) and wait about 5 to 7 days to reapply as the indications say.

The result was amazing because we found no more insects damaging our plants. We had no more mites or aphids destroying the plants at home.

Here is a video of how we apply Maggie’s Farm 3 in 1 Garden spray in our plants.

These are the insects that can be combated with Maggie’s Farm 3 in 1 Garden: Aphids, beetles (leaf-feeding) boxelder bugs, ants, caterpillars, lace bugs, thrips, mealybugs, leafhoppers, crickets, mites, stink bugs, scale crawlers, whiteflies, and other garden pests.

It also combats fungal diseases such as the following: Powdery mildew, black spot, leaf spot, rust, and blight.

More information about the product in this link.

About Henry Morgan

We are the Morgans, Henry, and Julia, both agronomists from the University of Michigan, where we met. We are experts in putting our hands in the soil and developing organic foods and improving production processes for decades. Likewise, we have worked for companies such as Mondelez International, BASF, Monsanto, etc. currently in our role as science writers for as well as advisors in promoting large scale food growing in urbanized areas. In this website, we share what we are most passionate about, gardening and farming. Enjoy and see real photos on our website.