When we think of homeopathy, we tend to think of the ways that it can benefit the human body first and foremost. But it doesn’t have to end there, and homeopathy is beneficial for a wide range of organisms, including plants and animals. This can include keeping pests and diseases off of plants while also giving the best chance to maintain their health and grow stronger.
Looking after plants using homeopathy is known as agrohomeopathy, and these are some of the most popular remedies available for home gardens, giving garden owners the chance to sit back and enjoy some online blackjack Canada games without worrying.
Aphids are tiny insects that pierce and absorb the nutrients from young shoots and buds of plants, stunting their growth and causing damage throughout the plant. Aphids are difficult to manage to conventional methods, with chemical usage being all but completely useless against an army of the insects. That was until it was discovered that ladybirds, the natural predator of the aphid, proved to be the best kind of deterrent available. Coccinella septempunctata, or more commonly known as the ladybird beetle, is the perfect way to counter an aphid plague, and can simply be introduced to plants that are suffering. They will attack the aphids systematically, killing them over time while multiplying naturally on their own, making them a good long-term solution. On top of that, making use of a ladybird remedy can further increase the likelihood of removing aphids permanently from a batch of younger plants.
Slugs and Snail Control
Slugs and snails are perhaps the most dangerous hazard to most gardens, and a single snail can quickly decimate a line of plants in a relatively short span of time considering how slowly they move. Anyone that’s attempted to create a garden will have tried just about anything to keep them at bay, whether it’s employing a goose to eat them, sprinkling salt around the base of the plants, or even hooking up small electrical systems. The answer, however, is the toasted snail shell. They produce a remedy known as Helix tosta, which can be applied long-term to just about any plant. The remedy is environmentally friendly, and can last for as long as 4 months with a single application.
A remedy prepared from the Procession Caterpillar, known as Bombyx processiona, is the best way to keep caterpillars from destroying a garden. These caterpillars live in small colonies at the base of the trees, and during the day they will ascend the tree and eat its leaves, often leaving the tree completely bare where it dies shortly after. The remedy is sprayed on the planets or into their root systems, which naturally repels both pest in both its caterpillar and moth form. It doesn’t create a barrier of any type, but instead triggers a natural response within the plant itself, making it more resistant to the caterpillar, making the tree far less appealing to the pest and often forcing them to move on to look for a healthier specimen, which would often mean them leaving the garden entirely.