If we can develop without the intervention of pests that affect plants, gardening will be easy. But we must always keep an eye on these little enemies, small but very big in the losses they suffer.
Because human diseases can often be prevented with health problems, pests can be protected from strict garden hygiene. Buying waste is a place where insects are raised. I don’t think the compost heap will be dangerous, but undisturbed stains, seems to indicate a problem.
Certain assistance to eliminate pests. The constant stirring of the soil by earthworms is very helpful in keeping the soil open to air and water. Many of our birds eat insects. Sparrows, slaves, beans, prairie larks and eagles are examples of birds that help in this way. Some insects eat other insects and are dangerous. Some types of ladybugs do this good deed. Ichneumonic flies also help. And frogs are a miracle in the number of insects they can eat in one meal. The frog deserves very good treatment from all of us.
Every gardener must try to turn their garden into an attractive place for birds and frogs. A nice birdhouse, sprinkled with seeds in spring, a place of water, inviting birds to stay in your garden for a while. If you want frogs, repair them too. On a hot summer day, frogs like to rest in the shade. At night he is ready to eat but not kill, because frogs prefer live food. How can someone “fix” a frog? Well, one thing you must do is prepare yourself to retreat, calm down, dark, and moist. Some stones of a certain size under the shade of a shrub with a moist leaf rug look very good on frogs.
There are two general classes of insects that are known for how they work. A kind of gnawing plant actually takes part of it into their system. This type of insect has a mouth that is suitable for this task. Grasshopper and caterpillar, including this type, other types of sucking juice from plants. On the one hand, this is the worst type. This is where plant lice and mosquitoes are barking at us. All insects attach to plants and suck plants.
Can we fight this head now? Scraper can be sprayed on plants with poison, which they absorb into the body with plants. A mixture of Bordeaux, poison which is sprayed on plants for this purpose.
If not, the insect only needs to be attacked directly. Certain insecticides, as they are called, are sprayed on plants to fall on insects. They do deadly work by attacking the body of insects in one way or another.
Sometimes we really care about underground insects at work. You see the park with anthill. This is a medicine that must be careful.
This question is always asked: “How do I know what insects are working?” Well, you can find this out partly through the work done and partly by looking at the insect itself. The latter is not always so easy to implement. I have scissors in one season and I have never seen it. I only see work. If the trunks of the delicate plant are cut, make sure your aunt abroad.
What does it look like? That’s a difficult question because the family is big. If you’ve ever seen a gray-striped caterpillar, you probably know it’s a caterpillar. However, because of his habit of resting on the ground during the day and working at night, it’s hard to see. Scissors are ready to cut the water hyacinth flower stalk at the beginning of the season. If the peas appear a little later, it’s ready for them. A very good way to block it is to place a paper or tin collar on the plant. This collar must be about one inch from the plant.
Plant lice are of course more common. What we see is often green. However, they can be red, yellow or brown. Ticks are easy to find because they are always attached to the host. As suckers, they must stay close to plants to get food, and you are pretty sure you will find it. But the bugs that bite do their job and then hide. This makes them far more difficult to deal with.
Pink figs damage the rose tree. They eat the body leaves, leaving only veins. They have a soft body, green above and yellow below.
Beetles, striped beetles, infest young melons and pumpkin leaves. He ate the sheets and washed the holes in them. As the name suggests, this beetle is a line. The back is black with yellow stripes along it.
Then there is the ring, which is a garden pest. The helmet devoured almost all garden plants, whether they were flowers or vegetables. They put a lot of eggs in a pile of old garbage. Do you see the benefits of cleaning up trash? Crickets do more damage in the garden than almost all other pests besides insects. You can find it as follows. There are tricks to bring them to the surface during the day. You see, they rest underground during the day. So just pour the floor where the vest should be. How do you know where they are? It is very likely that they will hide near the plants they eat. So water the soil with good, clean lime water. This will disturb them and they will knock to see what happens.
In addition to these most common pests, pests that affect many types of plants, there are special pests for special plants. Discouraging, right? Beans have their own pests; So there are potatoes and cabbage. In fact, vegetable gardens have many inhabitants. Lice are very annoying in the flower garden, scissors and plums also have fun there, and ants often become numerous during the season. But to truly prevent the problem of insects, the vegetable garden accepts the price. If we deal with fruit to a certain extent, vegetable gardens may have to back down in favor of plantations.
A common pest in a vegetable garden is tomato worms. This is a yellowish or greenish striped worm. His job is to eat young fruits.
There is a large light green caterpillar in celery. This caterpillar can be recognized by black lines, one on each ring or body segment.
Pumpkin insects can be identified by their brown body, which is long and slender, and by an unpleasant odor when killed. Potato potatoes are another person to watch out for. This is a beetle with yellow and black stripes on the skin on the back. Small red cabbage worms are a perfect distraction. This is a small caterpillar and smaller than a tomato worm. This is perhaps the most common garden pest by its name.