Ecological insecticides for plants | Gardening On

Organic insecticides

organic insecticides

The aphids, whiteflies and mites are pests frequent attacks on plants and garden crops, silent enemies that can be detected when it is too late.

The fungi and bacteria they also affect plants and lead to severe diseases, which can lead to death. Prevent pests and diseases It is an essential task of the one who takes care of the garden, checking every pot and every meter of the garden in order to ward off threats. It is also important to prevent by applying insecticides for plants that will prevent the appearance of pests and diseases or will solve the attack.

The green option

The ecological insecticides they become the most natural alternative for pests and diseases as they are preparations that use natural products that do not contain chemicals and thus collaborate with the harmony of nature.

There are as many formulas as there are products and among them stands out the baking soda, soap, or horsetail. In addition, there are plants that work as antiplague like nettle, absinthe, garlic, parsley, chives or tomato.

Plant pests

plant pests

For ants, you can prepare a mixture of tansy with water and apply after filtering. If the problem is the aphids and mites absinthe is very effective when mixed with water and sprayed on the plant.

The potash soap it is effective for fight the mealybug, the red spider and diseases like powdery mildew, mildew botrytis and alternaria while garlic is effectively macerated in water and filtered to put an end to bacterial diseases as well as mites and aphids.

Sulfur and baking soda

Very cheap and effective, the baking soda is a great fungicide. If you mix 1 tablespoon of bicarbonate with vegetable oil and natural soap in 4 liters of water, the plants will be protected from fungi.

Another alternative is the sulfura product that combined with water is an antidote to
the powdery mildew disease.

The spectrum of organic insecticides is wide and there are different options according to the problem. The good news is that none of them contain chemicals and thus prevent plants from coming into contact with artificial substances. Also, you will spend less money on them.

Bicarbonate of soda

Sodium bicarbonate

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