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Q: I just found some caterpillars in my garden, and they’re eating everything! I read online about a spray called Thuricide BT Spray. This material (containing Bacillus thuringiensis Kurstaki) is used for caterpillar infestations. Is this a safe pesticide to use? Does it harm people?
Yes, by all accounts, Bacillus thuringiensis is safe for humans. Organic-gardener Sheena Adams does a good job of explaining the usefulness of Bacillus thuringiensis here.And you’ll find more good information here on Bacillus thuringiensis var. Kurstaki.
Good luck with your caterpillar problem!