the health of each plant is very important, so that every organic gardener tries his / her best to preserve it, except for the use of harmful pesticides and chemical fertilizers.
Today, we will show some very effective tricks that will help keep your plants in the best completely natural way! These remedies may seem strange at first, but you should definitely try them because they give amazing results!
To improve the soil:
1.Bury the kitchen garbage in the garden
Every part of his kitchen waste can be used in the garden, no matter if you have a compost pile or not. Make a ditch between the rows of vegetables, 1 foot deep to waste, and dump the kitchen trash every day.
covered up with soil piled along the edge of the trench to prevent odor and flies. The trench will look like a raised as soon as it covers up bed, and planting vegetables there the following year.
2. Adjust pH with motifs of wood ash and coffee
Soil pH varies if you plant different plants. Try approaching to neutral as the use of some soil on a large scale possible. Alkalizing the soil in asparagus patch, or vegetable beds beet, beans, broccoli with wood ash wood stoves and fireplaces. You can also use ground coffee around the marsh plants as azaleas, roses and rhododendrons.
3.Weed tea as fertilizer
Weeds use nutrients from your garden plants, so use a fertilizer tea weed. Cut and dip it in a little water that has remained in the sun, and in several days, green tea high nitrogen was prepared. Folia spray or used as soil fertilizer.
can also use comfrey (Symphytum officinale) to prepare tea, because its deep roots are able to absorb nutrients from deep in the soil and make them available to the plant.
4. Use the pee to fertilize plants
Urine is high in nitrogen, and although its composition varies, overall NPK ratio is 11- 1-2. Accordingly, the nitrogen stimulates growth lush foliage and is extremely effective in the case of vegetables and herbaceous plants, such as corn.
If you pee directly from them, the high amounts of salt can burn plants, so make it a little off the base of the plant, or collect urine in a bottle, dilute with water in proportion 1:10, or even more, in the case of young plants, and apply it to the root zone.
5.Vinegar as herbicide
gardeners try anything to remove weeds, but instead of chemical herbicides, use vinegar, which is your best alternative, natural !
Pour some of it in a spray bottle and soak weeds, preferably in a warm and sunny weather. The acid burn and destroy weeds in a couple of days.
The water here after removing excess acidity, or sprinkle a little baking soda to neutralize it.
6.Add oyster shells and eggshells to your garden beds
sweeten the soil and increase their health using a slow-release fertilizer crushed shells oysters and eggs. The pieces should be as small as possible, so you can use a roller. The soil is alkalized by calcium carbonate in the shells.
To fight disease
7.Bury some pennies in the garden
Burying multicurrency copper in the garden will help to maintain soil health and keep your plants healthy and safe, because in the same way, you can also prevent yeast infections.
Copper is a popular fungicide. The known fungicide Bordeaux mixture is made of copper sulfate and lime. As soon as a copper in soil buries the release of metals it will start slowly, and kill mold spores inside.
fungal diseases 8.Fight with sodium bicarbonate
are extremely harmful commercial fungicides. They are full of numerous toxic ingredients, and their use for your houseplants, vegetables and plants is not recommended.
However, one can always use baking soda, which is a non-toxic effective anti-fungal cheap, easily used and provides surprising effects spray!
Add a tablespoon in a glass of warm water and pour the solution into a spray bottle. Soak the plant in it to drip down and soak the soil.
To control errors:
The best way to protect your plants against pests is the use of neem oil extracted from seeds of the neem tree. This oil prevents the development of insects and their ability to proliferate.
Add a few drops of detergent in ½ liter of water and a teaspoon of neem oil in a spray bottle. Shake well, and soak the soil and the surrounding soil after 8 hours. Repeat this procedure once a week.
10.Bring in some guests to feed on pests
Enter potent natural enemies to keep pests under control, as they can cause great harm . Aphid eaters buy online gardening stores. yarrow plant, clover, or herbs like mint and fennel, which are also very useful against insects.
11. Remove with water aphid and soap
Ants as milking, so help very quickly aphids colonize and multiply even faster. You can prevent and eliminate minor infestations using a bath with soap and water, as its oil reduction formula removes wax layer on aphids, and makes them prone to dehydration. Add two tablespoons of dishwashing soap in a gallon of water and mix well. Use this mixture to spray the plants.
12.Control ants in the garden with borax and honey
Ants are not too dangerous for your plants, but their farms Aphids can lead to serious injury , because they carry soft-bodied pests that suck plant sprouting. Make sure the ant control to prevent further complications.
Mix some borax and honey to make a paste that will serve as an ant-killer organic. Apply this paste borax around the base of the stems of the plants infested with aphids. Borax consumption dehydrate ants, and even destroy the entire colony if they carry some of it at home.
promote the health of plants:
13.Drive a nail in a tree to make it yield
The driving a nail into a tree provides great effects in shaking a tree in bloom and fruit set. If you drive a nail into the trunk of an old apple tree, he was convinced to flourish.
People do this in India to stimulate coconut trees to bear fruit. Try and make their trees bloom! The trees are not damaged by nails, because they have a self-healing mechanism that produces scar tissue and isolates these foreign bodies.
14.Coconut water for root development
Cocos containing a clear liquid inside, known as coconut milk or coconut water, rich in minerals, and able to improve root development.
replace synthetic hormones rooting coconut water, which is high in gibberellic acid and cytokinins to improve seed germination and root development of cuttings.
15.Improve curdled with Epsom salt
If your pepper plants fall fruits, use Epsom salt! This salt is extremely high in magnesium, which is a vital component of chlorophyll.
Add 2 tablespoons of Epsom salt in a liter bottle of warm water and shake well. Spray the plants with her for two weeks, when they begin to flourish until the fruiting process is over. You can also sprinkle some Epsom salt crystals around the plants once a week.
16.Extend growing season with tubs of water
Use water tables to regulate the microenvironment in the garden. The water is heated by solar radiation and garden soil. The soil is rapidly cooled at night, so the water slowly releases the accumulated heat. The garden is maintained due to warmer water, so your plants rise a bit more before the winter.
Use tubs of water in controlled inside a tent floor to help the absorption of thermal energy environments. Only cover bathtubs with black plastic sheeting to prevent water loss by evaporation.
nail 17.Rusty irrigation can help combat iron deficiency
The growth of plants is determined significantly by iron. Its deficiency can lead to a condition known as iron chlorosis, which is manifested by yellowing of leaves, while veins remain green.
iron chlorosis is most often a result of the inability of plants to absorb iron, which can be caused by excessive amounts of phosphorus in the soil or high pH.
Spraying plants with a little water high in iron for a quick fix. The regular supply of iron can be assured by several rusty nails in the shower.
All conscious gardeners talk to their plants, and now you can start playing some music! plant biologists have confirmed that music significantly improves plant growth.
Dorothy Retallack has conducted experiments have shown that even plants lean toward the speakers that play the kind of music they like.
According to numerous observations, plants prefer classical music to country music; we love jazz, rock and hatred.
Other interesting facts about plants affinity towards music are as follows :. DeMorgenzon vineyard in South Africa plays Baroque music, while Paradiso di Frassina in Tuscany, Italy, playing classical pieces selected to stimulate growth and development