> Even better idea, Jake! Something, totally non-toxic and cheap to use on my
> plants as well as around them. I think the nickname ³rooster² came from a
> line drawing of some sort of bird on some of the labels. The factory is in LA
> and I went by there once trying to buy just some of the containers but, no one
> could speak any English and to to explain that I wanted the empty bottles
> didn¹t translate well into pigeon sign language. Any oil in the sauce is
> very for for retention....keeping in on the plant. Yet, it¹s shouldn¹t be of
> any problem or harm to the plant. I sprinkled some into the kitchen trash
> once to keep the raccoons away!!
> Gail! What a GREAT idea!
> What you are referring to is a kind of Vietnamese style chili sauce called
> "Sriracha" sauce.
> (That's "shree- RA-cha", I can ask my Viet-phonic cousin if that's the
> pronunciation) I've also diluted it in a spray bottle to prevent aphids and
> bugs on my
> vegetable plants. I do wonder if any oil residues may be intere, but there's
> enough vinegar in the mix to emulsify it. A quick rinse with some distilled
> vinegar would
> probably get rid of any residues...
> everything this company makes is HOT, HOTTER, and HOTTEST....
> --- In Marbling@yahoogroups.com, Gail MacKenzie <gailmackenzi@s...>
>> > Plastic squeeze bottles work for me. I found ³rooster sauce² at Asian
>> > grocery stores. I have no idea what the stuff is really, but it is red,
>> > smooth and really hot!! The bottle is 8 oz. and a nice, soft plastic. The
>> > cap is a two-part snapped together and turn to open and close. The bottle
>> > with sauce is half the cost of plastic bottles by themselves. I¹ve been
>> > putting the discarded hot sauce around my flower beds as a deer and rodent
>> > repellent.
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