To combat the medvedka use folk remedies


Fighting a medvedka in the gardenMedvedka builds original nests in which it lays dozens of eggs. The use of pesticides on the site in the fight against Medvedka ineffective. Find the moves Medvedki easy. They are where the ground plant falls. Remove the top layer of earth, find the nest, pull it out with a hoe and throw it into the bucket. The insect itself can be found vertically from the nest. Pour there water with soap, and destroy the appeared pest. It is necessary to do this work in early spring, while the bear did not produce offspring. If you can not catch the pest, put a bait on the garden - a fresh mullein (cow feces). There Medvedka necessarily crawl.

In addition, the bear does not tolerate the smell of chrysanthemums. It is necessary to prikopat the remnants of these plants in the ground, where Medvedka is robbing, as the pests will leave your land.

In the fight with Medvedka help alder twigs and chicken droppings. Soil fertilized with chicken droppings will kill it. Sprigs of alder, stuck in the ground, scare her (sticks need to stick at a distance of fifty centimeters).

See also:Do you have a unique artichoke growing on the beds?

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