It does! my dad uses murphy's oil soap to clean leather furniture.Murphy Oil Soap and others. Hope this helps.
The soap is a traditional product manufactured from natural fatty acids, potassium hydroxide, and water. It is a completely biodegradable substance without harsh chemicals. It has antibacterial and insecticidal properties that make it the best insect killer for plants to the organic gardener...www.overtopinfo.com
I found a systemic pesticide called permit that works for root aphids. So I know what the top of this IPM pyramid looks like. I hope that I can get this done w/ simple esential oil, oil, and soap applications like I was working with and what is suggested in that link.
depending on how intensive I have to go w/ non systemics, I may switch back to organics I can just dump an incredibly large amount of stratiolepsis scimitus mites, rove beetles, nematodes, botanigaurd(buerviania bassiana spore), and IMO and LABS collections so I can wreck all pests w/ no sprays or effort on my part. As I detest using systemics unless the situation is most dire.
thank you very much for the link! I shall purchase some ASAPit's very expensive liquid africain soap
i pay it around 3,5 euros
- Produit ménager multi-propriétés : idéal pour nettoyer, nourrir, protéger et faire briller. - Petit frère du savon noir mou. - Pratique, en version liquide. - Fabriqué dans le plus pur respect des traditions savonnières.www.lebriochin.com
EDIT: have you guys made the ginger garlic extract from the unconventional farmer website? it is straight up pesticide. It also, being made w/ alcohol and sugae, can kill baby plants