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Hello, I want to share with you my experiences using homeopathy instead of pesticides for my garden. I have used it with the potato beetle (Doryphora decemlineata) and with a yellow worm that makes tunnels in the potatoes and totally damages them.…Continue
I have been trying to use homeopathy in plants and I think I had one success with citrus white flies in my front lane (in a seedles lemon bush), but now I have a bigger problem. Caterpillars arrived and infested my garden; here are some images of…Continue
Plant and Seed Diversity is Key To Survival of the PlanetDr Vandana Shiva will blow you away with her message and eloquence. A prominent environmental, social justice and…Continue
A Powerful Tiny Yellow Flower In Israel Sticky Elecampane also called False YellowheadIsrael is a very tiny dry desert country with no oil and little energy resources,…Continue
What are experiences of treating grapes against peronospora - plasmopara viticolis? I've used several remedies last years (sil, sulph, kali-p, nat-s…Continue
All plants contain inorganic substances, the amounts of which can be analysed after burning the dry plant matter. Naturally, some plants take up other elements than other plants and some take up much of a single element.…Continue
Snails are a species of gastropada, which carry their shells on their backs. Some species can be quite large such as the African landsnail Achatina fulica, which grows to about 40 cm and can weigh up to a kilo. Taxonomic families of land slugs and…Continue