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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