Veggie Pharm Concentrate is the FIRST insecticide made from certified organic soap, certified organic peppermint oil, & certified organic soybean oil.

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  • Powdery Mildew

  • Horticultural Fungus

  • Garden Pests

Pharm Solutions Inc. Organic Insecticidal Soap



Dead Japanese Beetle Testimonial>>

Tired of rabbits? To the formulations of Rose Pharm we have added a full ounce of pure food grade garlic extract as a repellent to insects, worms, and small mammals. The fragrance will dissipate rapidly to humans yet linger for insects and critters. For best results, water well in the a.m. At dusk, spray a fine even mist on plants, vegetables and fruit. Do not over spray. Use freely until harvest. Please test first on seedlings. We are told by a well known horticulturalist, Veggie Pharm kills adult Japanese Beetles on contact.

 Organic oils prevent fungal spores from traveling and maturing to disease.


  • Adult Japanese Beetles
  • Thrips
  • Aphids
  • Spider Mites
  • Whiteflies
  • Scales
  • Leafhoppers
  • Tent Caterpillars
  • Earwigs and more...

    Your pure and natural answer to Garden Pests. Designed with your family and the environment in mind, all ingredients are certified organic, food or pharmaceutical grade.
  • This product contains no alcohol or anti-microbials.

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Half Gallon Concentrate
Treats Approximately 2000 Plants

Pharm Solutions Inc.
 Organic Insecticidal Soap

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One Gallon of Concentrate
Treats Approximately 4000 Plants

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