Black soap says no to greenfly

Tips and tricks

Learn all there is to know about using olive oil black soap to get rid of greenfly in a way that is safe for the environment.

Black soap says no to greenfly


Using black soap to get rid of greenfly is an ecological gardening method. Black soap is so easy to use and it’s an effective organic deterrent for aphids. A natural eco-ally for your plants.

Worth knowing

Greenfly and other aphids are a real plague for plants and vegetable gardens. They particularly like sucking the sap of rose bushes and tomato plants. Those cold-blooded insects are parasites that attack any time of year except in the winter. Aphids can be so tiny that they are not always visible to the naked eye. Ants, attracted by the honeydew the aphids produce, are a sign of infestation.

Ingredients for black soap greenfly spray

- 5 tablespoons of olive oil black soap
- 1 litre of warm water 


Dilute 5 tablespoons of black soap in a litre of warm water. Leave to cool, then spray onto the leaves and stems of your rose bushes, tomato plants and any other plant showing signs of greenfly, insect or larvae infestation. Repeat several days running if necessary.

Marius’ tips and tricks on using black soap to get rid of greenfly

- Spray, preferably in the morning or at the end of the day in fine weather.
- Don’t forget to spray the back of the leaves where most of the aphids gather.
- To prevent infestation, remember to spray your plants and rose bushes with black soap before the greenfly and other insect mating season, in the spring and in the autumn.

From now on, your rose bushes and tomato plants will be safe!

Feeling that you haven’t got time to make your own black soap spray? Visit our shops or our website to find our ready-to-use Garden Special black soap spray, the simple, natural, efficient way to control aphids!

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