Homeopathy stimulates a plant’s innate defences against pests and disease by strengthening its health so that resistance is increased. Here’s a list of potential remedies.
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The answer is yes, and no. Learn the what, when, and why of Bach flower remedies – how they’re similar to homeopathy, and the ways in which they are different.
When the ladybird beetle is turned into a homeopathic remedy becomes a useful treatment for a common garden problem.
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.
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.
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.
Vaikunthanath das Kaviraj was one of the leading voices in the use of homeopathy for plants and soil. Here’s the story of his early days and subsequent progression into agrohomeopathy.
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.