Treatment of cultures with protective herbal preparations

August 12, 2017 17:52 | General Information About Plants

most often for mass extermination of pests resorting to chemicals that are undeniably very efficient and fast.But it should be noted that along with the positive impact that is affected by pests, pesticides have a number of adverse harmful to plants and human activities, most of them are very toxic, and tends to accumulate in the tissues of plants, soil, water.Therefore, to use them in your garden is only recommended in extreme cases of severe infestation of garden pests.Instead of chemicals should pay attention to the natural resources of nature, ie plants, which may well serve as a substitute for natural pesticides.A large number of plants, both wild and cultural, have insecticidal properties and are detrimental to the various pests.These plants contain toxic substances, deadly to pests and insects, or have persistent frightening effect.From these plants can prepare infusions and decoctions, which is necessary to spray the plants either as a prophylactic agent and at direct lesion plants.Infusions of i

nsecticidal plants do not possess such

poisoning strength and speed, as the chemicals, but also do not have a detrimental effect on the environment, plants, insects, animals, and humans.Their action is much more selective and aimed at destroying or repelling a particular species of pests.

should be borne in mind that the use of environmentally friendly plant protection products, which primarily include protective herbal compounds, harmless to humans and animals, is not a panacea.Damaging effects of these herbal medicines is limited, they can not remove the heavy defeat of plant diseases and pests.However, they have a good preventive effect and are capable of in the initial stages of the disease or pest to localize the lesion.In addition, many herbal medicines have a restorative effect on the plants, increasing their immunity and mobilize domestic resources.Remember that a strong healthy plant is better able to resist diseases and pests.