Diseases and pests

Often gardeners drop in the grocery department of a supermarket not to buy ingredients for pies or quench their thirst with Coca-Cola, but to buy ingredients for bio-castes, dressings, as well as goods against diseases and insects. Many summer residents have used salt, yeast, baking soda, dry mustard, dairy products for many decades in agricultural technology.

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Pheromone traps are designed to lure insects and moths with the help of certain odors, characteristic only of representatives of this species. The traps are easy to handle, environmentally friendly and can be used several times. The communication system of insects among themselves is much thinner and richer than that of humans.

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The disease is caused by fungi of the genus Alternaria. These pathogens infect many garden, garden and flower crops. To save their green pets, you need to know how to treat Alternaria. But the first thing you need to learn to distinguish this fungal disease from a number of other ailments, which also appear on plants in the form of mold and stains.

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With the onset of the summer season, an important stage begins in the fight against dangerous pests that can nullify attempts to get a good harvest. You can try to cope with this task yourself, but today more effective methods are available. The first step is to treat the area from ticks, moles, wasps, beetles, shrews.

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The alkaloid nicotine, which is found in large quantities in the leaves and stems of tobacco, is a poison for many insects, working in the composition of plants as their natural defender against pests. And gardeners know this for a long time. As far back as the 17th century, nicotine extracted from tobacco was already used as an insecticide, and a century later the plants affected by insects began to be treated with tobacco smoke.

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It turns out that the struggle with the Colorado potato beetle by folk methods is quite effective. We have collected for you the most popular recipes for natural products that scare away and destroy the pests of potatoes. Fighting the Colorado potato beetle with chemical means is not always safe, especially if you process potatoes with pesticides at a site where small children and pets walk around.

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Bulb onion expensive, and therefore I want to get from them the maximum result. All the more offensive to understand that someone got to your plantings first, and you should not wait for flowering. Who eats flower bulbs and what to do about it? To destroy the delicate tulips, irises, crocuses, hyacinths and lilies can not only disease and weather conditions, but also quite material pests.

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Mealy dew is practically omnivorous, it affects grapes, onions, cabbage, cucumbers, alfalfa, table beets, zucchini, as well as pear, apple, currants, gooseberries and even strawberries. Mealy dew is a fungal disease that spreads extremely rapidly through plants. Spores of the fungus are easily spread through the air, move along with irrigation or rainwater, as well as through gloves, hands or tools that, for example, pruning.

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Anthracnose is a fungal disease that affects crops such as tomatoes, cucumbers, melons, grapes, cherries, currants, raspberries, strawberries and others. The causative agent of anthracnose is a mushroom of the genus Colletotrichum. The disease is spreading rapidly, aided by wind, rain, insects. At risk are weakened plants, for example, victims of mechanical stress.

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Residents of the "underground" loosen the soil and thereby contribute to its aeration. And they also eat invertebrate garden pests. However, moles often damage the roots of vegetables, flowers and fruit trees. How to get rid of moles in the area? In childhood many of us were touched by a cheerful animal from the popular Czech cartoon directed by Zdenek Miler.

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Fighting a medvedka is not easy. To destroy this insect, you must arm yourself with effective means. We will tell you which chemical and organic preparations are most effective against the bear. Surely every gardener knows what a bear looks like. This rather large dark brown insect has an abdomen 3 times its head.

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Every summer resident wants to get rid of the wireworm in the garden forever. Make it easy. But now, in the fall, when the larvae are preparing for wintering, you can use several methods that will reduce or completely destroy the beetle of the click beetle. If you find yellow or orange color on the site of hard worms, it means that it was chosen by click beetles.

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During combustion, the smoke bomb emits substances that destroy fungi, bacteria and pests that live in the basement, cellar or greenhouse. The mechanism of its action is quite simple, but the use of sulfur checkers has its own characteristics. It is noteworthy that such disinfection and disinsection of premises is safe for human health if all the precautions are followed.

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Most often the black leg is found in seedlings of tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, cucumbers, cabbage, radishes, lettuce, as well as in petunias and other flowers. We will tell you how to get rid of the black leg on the seedlings with the help of effective means. Black leg disease is the colloquial name for the root of the seedlings' neck.

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Having barely noticed the insect on the plot, we immediately rush to use all known means of pest control to get rid of the uninvited guest. Do you need to do this in all cases? Let's see. To begin with, if you look at things objectively, the guests here are we, not insects. The order established by nature existed long before people came and began to break up gardens and gardens, rearranging the local flora and fauna to fit their needs.

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Someone hardly grows oyster mushrooms or aspen mushrooms in the garden, and someone grows mushrooms on their own, that's just not the ones to enjoy. If your trees attacked parasitic fungi, you should radically change the care of the garden. As a rule, parasitic fungi are found in the forest, in clearings, old or sick trees.

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