Homeopathy helps the whole plant – roots, stem, and leaves. Learn which remedies assist germination, early growth, root strength, and more.
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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.
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.
Keen to use homeopathy in your garden but not sure how to apply the remedies? Here’s our information sheet with dosage instructions and storage information.
Looking for an information sheet on homeopathic remedies for plant pests and diseases? Here’s one – just what you need for battling slugs, snails, blight, and other problems.
Why choose agrohomeopathy? Simply because it tackles your problems of rust, weevils, caterpillars, aphids, ants, fungus, poor soil and more all without nasty chemicals.
Learn which remedies strengthen plants in the early Spring, cure white or grey mould on leaves, treat anxiety, fevers and bronchitis in horses, and more.
Read about the advantages of treating your plants Homoeopathically. It is inexpensive, organic and easy to use. The advantages of treating plants are multifold.