And if so what would happen if it would be created on earth is there any way to push it out of the orbit could you actually manipulate such a small black hole?
That probably wouldn't even be enough. The estimated exaporation time of a 1 kg BH is 1.44e-17 sec. It would radiating energy away at a rate of 3.6e32 joules/sec, and thus would have to eat matter at a rate of ~4e15 kg/sec just to keep up with the loss.A black hole can be of any size but a 1kg black hole will evaporate long before you can move it. Unless it fell through the floor and ate enough of the world per second to over come its evaporation.
If you don't want to increase the mass of the black hole you can "pull" it with another massive body. For example a 1kg black hole at the surface of the Earth will fall at the same 9.8m/s/s rate as will a slug of lead.... Moving a black hole can indeed be done by throwing mass on it from a certain direction, as the total momentum of the system needs to be conserved. For a 1 kg black hole this si still easy (if it wouldn't evaporate), more massive ones are going to need excessive amounts of mass...