Organic Gardening Tips for reducing garden pests and encouraging trees and plants to grow healthily; and produce high quality of natural fruits year after years are simple.
There are many types of insects living naturally in your garden; even though you are not quite aware.
No matter which kinds of plants and trees you are cultivating;
plenty of them are interested to explore your whole garden.
Before and after winter season, a numbers of insects from the ground would be climbing up to the trees through the tree trunk; or hide between the leftover decayed leaves.
Therefore, on the last few days of the winter or during the 1st week of the spring season is the most important time for your cleaning task.
Simple Organic Gardening Tips You Must Know
1. The Purpose of cleaning is to remove all unwanted insects eggs; larvae;
and real plant pests; before the leaves appeared; so that you can save
more fruit buds.
2. Do your job on a freeze free and sunny day.
3. Do your task with respect and appreciation and to harmonies with the
nature; while you are focusing on the cleaning of the trees (You will understand what I mean when the season advanced).
4. Insects have the rights to travel everywhere freely to fulfill their
hunger and thirst, because they are staying in the nature; and so; the bacterial will spread very fast in your garden; if you do not take care (picture 9 below).
5. Most insects would avoid noise and vibration. When you move close to them; they would try their best to run away.
6. Insects or the spiders; and baby snails love to lean on the underside of the cool leaves (below picture 10); or hide away from the sun during the day.
*If your trees are already infested; then the solution is, to
discard those affected parts and clean the rest of the tree thoroughly;
and change their standing position to a full sun and good
If the whole tree is infested; the leaves turned into wired looking colours and shapes; then you may trim off all the leaves and spray the whole tree with mineral full water.
The minerals will give the tree a great boost. And you will see the new fresh tender light green leaves will appear in about two weeks time.
*Nitrogen rich organic straws compost can help; as the fungi cannot stay long in straws.
*Tie a sticky band around the tree trunk; to stick the larvaé and insects from the ground; before they climb-up to the tree. In Ancient time; they used pure organic raw sheep wool for the same purpose.
*If your place has good sun power; you may try Garden Nasturtium. It is an annual low growing edible salad plant. Most of the insects will be happy to stay in these beautiful and delicious bush.
*The well known low growing African Marigolds contains certain active substance; will help to dissolve the Nematodes infection in the soil. But this plant has one meter depth of roots. So, it is quite a challenge to plant this if you have limited gardening space. You may try, if you need.
If you have time; use fine mist rain
water spray thoroughly, direct on all sides of the stem, upper and under
sides of the leaves after each rainfall.
In this way; the unwanted pests on the tree and under-side of the leaves will be once again soak in the water. And when the sun shines; they will be destroyed naturally.
Put a few small container of water near the trees; you will see some beautiful happenings. And it is your decision;
to free them; or to destroy them.
You will discover some excellent insect pests controller; and some half beneficial insects. So, it is your judgement; to classify which are the best for your garden. Then you can encourage them to form their families on all your trees.
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