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.
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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.
Agrohomeopathy authority, Kaviraj, received more questions about pests than plants. See his suggestions for keeping them at bay.
“My sheep have had fly strike as well as lice. Is there any homeopathic remedy for these conditions? If so, how do I administer it to them?” Read the answer to this and others!
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.
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.
Some years back, we conducted a survey on a remedy with a reputation of being a snail deterrent. Here are the the results from those who put their hand up to test it for us.
Did you know that homeopathy can treat a copper beech tree with Phypophtora? Or help chase away pantry moths eating your furniture? Kaviraj responds to these and other concerns.
You asked and our agrohomeopathy expert, Kaviraj, answered. Here are his suggestions for repelling mice, sick goldfish, spiders, bedbugs, and jade perch fingerlings.