Agrohomeopathy is a specialized branch of homeopathy where homeopathic medicines/remedies are used in the method of growing food and other crops which is completely different from the routine method.
This method basically helps in strengthening plant immunity and their resistance towards diseases. In nature it is generally the weakest of organisms that are attacked and destroyed very easily and when humans consume it, it might be risky for them too. Agrohomeopathy helps in building up plant’s basic structure and gives it optimum health which eliminates the susceptibility to various diseases and pests.
Out of many reasons, there is one big reason about why soil is fertilized. it is because it helps the plants to absorb optimum nutrients from the soil but the irony of life is we do not consider ‘plant’ problems as important. There are many ways through which the absorption of the nutrients can be increased that usual. There is a specific homeopathic remedy which can help you do this which will ultimately help in improving their yield.
This is not at all common and not many people know about this. This method will take the production of healthy plants to all new level!
This is a boost to Natural farming in today’s time!
Here are some most commonly used homeopathic medicines to treat some plant diseases!
(1) Zincum metallicum
– Used to treat nematodes
– Used to improve resistance and improves the health of soil.
(3) Nux Vomica
– Used to treat intoxication from chemicals
(4) Bufo rana
– Used to get rid of pests
(5) Aconite napellus
– Light rust on the plants
(6) Helix tosta
– Used to get rid of snails
(7) Carbo Vegetabilis
– It helps in strengthening weak plants
– Used to get rid of ants.
– Used to correct mechanical damage.
– Used to get rid of spider mites
How can you use these homeopathic remedies mentioned above?
– Shake it forcefully for a minute.
– Spray this on plants with the help of aerosol.
– To treat plants having severe infection you can immerse the seeds in the above solution for 20 minutes!
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