2346 Blue Star Highway                Fennville, Michigan  49408
(269)543-3761                             fax (269)543-8771
HOURS: Monday - Saturday 9-5
Sunday 10-4
Huntree Nursery,
2346 Blue Star Highway
Fennville, Michigan  49408
fax (269)543-8771

HOURS: Monday - Saturday 9-5
Sunday 10-4
Huntree Nursery is located in Southwest Michigan (SW MI) near Saugatuck MI, Douglas Michigan, Holland Mich, South Haven, Fennville, Glenn, Allegan.
49453 49406 49408 49416 49423 49010 49090
We are open 7 days a week
from April through October!
Natural  Gardening
Recipe for  Garlic & Pepper Spray

Protect your garden plants from cabbageworms, caterpillars, hornworms, aphids, flea beetles and other
chewing/sucking insects by routinely using a natural spray that you can make at home.  The spray must be applied
regularly, especially after a rainfall.

6  cloves of garlic
1 Tbsp dried hot pepper
1 minced onion
tsp pure soap
1 gallon hot water
Blend and let sit for 1 to 2 days.  Strain and use as a spray.

Ground cayenne or red hot pepper can also be sprinkled on the leaves of plants (apply when leaves are slightly
damp) to repel chewing insects.
MBST  Microboost
MBST products are chemical free, safe for kids and pets and the environment.

MBST Biostimulant comes in a liquid form that contain high concentrations of benificial organisms, cultivated to
increase desease resistance and nutrient uptake while improving water retention in the soil.

MBST Biogological larvacide is highly specific against mosquito, black fly, fungal gnat larvae and japaneese
beetle grubs. One quart will treat one acer of lawn or pond, or 10,000 sg ft of garden or underbrush. Good for

Huntree offers MBST Biostimulant and Biological Larvacide for sale by the quart and gallon.

LakeshoreMicroboost.com to learn more.
Control of Black Spot and Powdery Mildew

Powdery mildew is a fungal disease that affects beans, cucumbers, melons, peas, pumpkins, squash and
strawberries as well as many fruit trees and roses.  Black spot produces black spots on the leaves that can defoliate
a plant.  To remedy these problems use the following:
    3 Tbsp. Baking Soda
    2.5 Tbs horticultural oil
    1 gallon water
Mix and spray onto the foliage.  Reapply regularly  or as needed.