How To Make A Natural Pesticide From Rhubarb Leaves

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The stems and stalks of Rhubarb are perfectly edible, on the other hand the leaves are not. Rhubarb leaves contain oxalic acid which can not only stop your heart but makes a great natural pesticide for leaf eating insects. IF you have dogs this is not a natural pest control solution for you.

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