We love the Wooly Weeders! Instead of growers spending hundreds of man-hours toting around weed-eating machines or using hundreds of gallons of industrial herbicides, these four-legged nibblers do the job of several workers in less time, with less environmental damage, and often for significantly less money than it would cost to use humans, according to their proponents.
Non toxic tomato worm control . I don't remember where I learned this, but I've been using this method for 30 yrs and it really works. Get yourself an old jar & poke holes in the lid. Fill the jar with plain white flour and sprinkle it liberally over your tomatoes. I've never had an issue with horn worms or other pests with this. I also use it on cabbage & broccoli with good luck.
66 Things You Can Grow At Home: In Containers, Without a Garden
this is living...there is garden or landscape cloth stapled tight to the back, then fill with dirt, while flat fix fine chicken wire to it, then poke the succulent roots inside. You will probably have to keep it flat for a bit to take root, then gently mist with water - will not require to much water depending on your humidity.