Our first experience with agrohomeopathy was when one of our homeopaths tried Helix tosta on her rhubarb plant to see if it deterred snails. Here’s what happened
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Vaikunthanath das Kaviraj was one of the leading voices on the use of homeopathy for plants and soil. Here’s his story of his early days and subsequent progression into agrohomeopathy.
Agrohomeopathy – the use of homeopathy for plant diseases – is still in its infancy but here is one repertory that acts as a guide when choosing remedies for plant problems.
Is it best to spray Helix tosta on the leaves or water the remedy into the ground? Does it work with all snails? We answer these and other questions.
When the ladybird beetle was turned into a homeopathic remedy it was found to be a highly useful treatment for a common garden problem.
“Half of respondents said that Helix tosta produced an ‘excellent’ result with many others classifying the result as ‘good’”. But, what else did they say?
Agrohomeopathy pioneer, Vaikunthanath das Kaviraj, tells how he first used homeopathy for plants when trying to help diseased apple trees.
Savvy gardeners use homeopathy to repel slugs and snails. Here’s how they do it. There’s even instructions on how to make the remedy yourself, if so inclined.
No other remedy has the reputation for doing so much for so many plant and soil problems. It helps water absorption, weak growth, transplant shock, pest resistance, and more.