This year I expanded my organic vegetable garden and bought some semi-tropical flowers. It may be related to earth-weather changes, but a lot of seedlings and shrubs were attacked by small bugs I'd never seen before. A gardening friend reports similar experiences. I had some dust but the hot pepper wax appealed to me. I sprayed it on everything--used the whole spray container. And it worked really well. My potatoes hardly have a beetle, no aphids or Japanese beetles on the roses, and the hibiscus which was eaten off the top by those little buggers has grown back. And two week repeats are about right. So I ordered a gallon and it's taking care of all the problems. If only the moles hated it!
The bugs and I go round and round. So far the pepper spray seems to be letting me eat my veggies, not them. This seems to be a good buy compared to other brands I have purchased and seems to work as well.