06
Nov
2008
Cartitele a doctor's garden, an enemy of the turf
Biological Control

Cartitele (Talpa europaea) is fed a quantity of food equal to their body mass. Their food is composed of frames, larvae of beetles, with Lomax (snails without shell), snail-shell, birds, lizards, frogs and snakes, but never with plants. Cartitele die of hunger if we remain for many hours without food.

Lathyris Euphorbia (Euphorbiaceae) against cartitelor

To have a perfect lawn, without musuroaie is appropriate to plant a few plants of Euphorbia lathyris in parterele flower. It looks in the spring immediately after the last danger of frost. Seeds are harvested in July.

Euphorbia lathyris is a biennial species, 20-170 cm high with the right strain, GLAUCA, vigorous, dense. The leaves are opposite strains, lanceolata-linear, entire edge, 5.12 cm long, 5-15 mm wide, Sesia, the higher were the cordata. Umbela large blossom type with bracts 3.10 cm long, triangulation, flowers yellow. FRUIT capsule, rough, 12-20 mm, rough, brown seeds. Blooms in April to May.

Source www.homepage.mac.com, www.actafungorum.org

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Some natural remedies for a clean garden

Always keep the land clean, no yellow leaves of cabbage left on earth, attracting butterflies cabbage. 

Avoid monoculture. 

Decorative onion and garlic planting between rows of peas, to keep under control aphids.

 
Water pepper

Ingredients: 1 soap, 8 hot chili pepper, 1 l water.

1 spray bottle.

 
Equisetum - against fungi and red spider

Equisetum arvense as infusion or decoction, use is an environmentally sound manner to protect crops.

Equisetum arvense - whole plant without roots is used in quantities of 1 kg (fresh plant) or 150 g (dry plant) for each 10 gallons of water.

 
Ruminal decollata against snails

Snails are normal guests of vegetable gardens.

The introduction of ruminal decollata. It is also a species of snail that feeds on eggs and larvae of other snails.

 
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