Agrohomeopathy – the use of homeopathy for plant diseases – is still in its infancy but here is one repertory that helps when choosing remedies for plant problems.
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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 and Kaviraj responded with advice on storing and using homeopathy to control fleas, pear and cherry slugs, and leaf curl.
Some years back, we conducted a survey on a remedy with a reputation of being a snail deterrent. Here are the results from those who put their hand up to test it for us.
Do you have trouble with cabbage butterflies, dairy cattle mastitis, or Lyme-infected ticks? Read what agrohomeopathy expert, Kaviraj has to say on these and more matters.
You asked and Kaviraj answered. Here are his thoughts and suggestions on using homeopathy for horse chestnut trees and as a deterrent for fleas, ants, cockroaches, and moths.
An agrohomeopathy pioneer tells how he first used homeopathy for plants when trying to help diseased apple trees.
No other remedy has the reputation for doing so much for so many plant and soil problems. It improves water absorption, and reduces weak growth and transplant shock.
Cockroaches! No one likes them and everyone wants to get rid of them. Maybe homeopathy can help. Here’s one potential remedy.