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.
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What does any self-respecting homeopath do when his or her tomato plant is struck down by blight? Reach for the ‘corpse reviver’ of course! Find out why, how, and when.
Giovanni Dinelli is an Italian professor. His research focuses on sustainable agriculture which uses safe homeopathic remedies rather than harmful herbicides and fungicides.
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
Why choose agrohomeopathy? Simply because it tackles your problems of rust, weevils, caterpillars, aphids, ants, fungus, poor soil and more all without nasty chemicals.
Agrohomeopathy authority, Kaviraj, received more questions about pests than plants. See his suggestions for keeping them at bay.
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 treat a copper beech tree with Phypophtora? Or help chase away pantry moths eating your furniture? Kaviraj responds to these and other concerns.
Which remedies helped a broken redcurrant bush, a cherry tree with a fungal infection, and a lantana bush with spider mites, and more? Gardeners, head this way.