Agrohomeopathy pioneer, Kaviraj, received more questions about pests than plants. Here are his suggestions for keeping them at bay.
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Savvy gardeners use a homeopathic remedy to repel slugs and snails. Here’s how they do it. Instructions on how to make the remedy, if so inclined, are included.
You asked and Kaviraj responded with homeopathic options for black spot on roses, cabbage butterflies, mastitis in dairy cattle, Lyme-infected ticks, dead patches on conifers and more.
Subscribers asked questions and Kaviraj responded with advice on storing and using homeopathy to control fleas, pear and cherry slugs, and leaf curl.
Once again, you asked and Kaviraj responded with homeopathic options for potato blight, fruit flies, white ants, snails, leafminers, cockroaches, couch grass, fleas and more.
Did you know that homeopathy can help a copper beech tree with phypophtora? Or stop pantry moths eating your fabric? Kaviraj responds to these and other concerns.
“Half of respondents said Helix tosta produced an ‘excellent’ result. Others classifyied the result as ‘good’”. That was just part of what they said.
Kaviraj focussed on homeopathy for plants but he was also asked about eucalyptus toxins, termites, rats, flea-infested cats, white fly, and more. Here are his answers.
Agrohomeopathy pioneer, Vaikunthanath das Kaviraj, tells how he first used homeopathy for plants when trying to help diseased apple trees.