In the pest control sector, there is a major discussion over how to go about it more effectively – specialized pest control, or pest control itself. Among households, there is a rising trend that wants to fight pest treatment both to save money and time. Both chemical and organic treatments are used in the DIY pest control approaches. Protection is always important to the control of home pesticides regardless of the method you take.
The best method to avoid damage from insects to your garden is to prevent them.
House-made cures are cheap and you know exactly what goes to your plants. A large number of homemade sprays were employed to control dangerous pests with positive results. They often include noxious (and non-toxic), and they are diluted into water and mixture to spray over plants, such as garlic, Cayenne, stinging nettles, or horsetail Some basic formulae are shown here:
- Tomato leaf: Tomato leaf sprays will eliminate aphids and mites effectively. It helps since many insects have deadly alkaloids in tomato plants
- A big, secure insect-repellent is the garlic oil spray: Just add 3 to 4 hairy garlic cloves into two mineral oil teaspoons. Sit down overnight, then pull the garlic out from the oil. Add oil to a liter of water and add the compostable dish wash teaspoon. Keep in a container and reduce your solution by pouring one liter of water by having two teaspoons of your garlic oil mix.
- Issues with mites: the hot pepper spray is a fantastic remedy. Just add a couple of teaspoons of spicy pepper sauce, some drops of biodegradable dish detergent, and a quarter of water.
- Slug beer: Drop a canned tuna or pastry plate into the soil, and pour several centimeters of beer to the top of the jar around an inch. The slugs became drunk and drowned. Beer works since the yeast are drawn to the slugs.
- Powerful mildew milk: Milk serves to inhibit the formation of powdery mildew, as do harmful fungicides. This mixture must be periodically reapplied.
- Water boiling for the weeds on the sidewalk: Boil water in your sidewalks or the drives, and put it over weeds. Most weeds cannot resist this remedy. Just pay attention when you pour!
- A Cup of rhubarb leaves: Mix 1/4 Cup of liquid dish with 6.5 cups of water the rhubarb’s leaves and boil. Then boil and chill, for 20 minutes. Pull 1/4 of cup soap. Strain. Effective for aphids, beetles, June, mites, spiders, and thrips. These are toxic, careful during preparation and treatment. Do not use any kind of food-bearing.
- Earth’s Diatoms: A natural remedy for all types of insects(ants, snails, slugs, etc.). Spray diatomaceous soil with pest issues over the vegetation.
- Tea of Peppermint: Essential oil 1 TBS peppermint (an infusion made with mint leaves is also suitable, increase amount to 1 cup infusion)
Water for 1 quarter
Mix and treat as an insect Pulver (terrific for ants).
- Solution to Neem:
1 TBS Soap Neem (shavings)
Let sit overnight and add 1 liter of water. Shake it is ready. Shake, then.
Prevention is better than cure when it comes to bugs. The development and maintenance of a natural habitat promotes natural predators to reduce plague populations. Inspecting your plants regularly prevents any unfortunate shocks and helps to do effective pest control in agricultural areas. Barriers or nets to fight pests are occasionally required.