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Benefits of Buttermilk spray on insecticides and pesticides

Benefits of Buttermilk spray on insecticides and pesticides

Benefits of Buttermilk spray on insecticides and pesticides– Buttermilk spray is a very good mixture for fighting the danger of sucking pests and insects.

This mixture can be easily prepared at home by farmers.

Essential ingredients for buttermilk spray:

• clay pot

• Buttermilk spray 5 liters

• Small piece of copper

• Polyethylene


Preparation method of buttermilk spray:-

Step 1:

Take a plastic or clay pot and put 5 liters of buttermilk and a small piece of copper metal. A small piece of copper metal acts like fungicide and rotting buttermilk.

Step 2:

cover the opening of clay pot with polythene. Clay pot should be kept in the shade and also should not be in contact with rain water. Leave the mixture to fermentation for 15 days.

Step 3:

Filter the mixture of rotten buttermilk after 15 days.

Step 4:

After 15 days use this mixture on the crops and vegetables.

Preparation time:

15 days


Mix 250 ml-500 ml mixture in 15 liters of water and spray it continuously on crops and vegetables for 4-5 days with the help of foiler-spray.

Pay attention:

1. Clay pot should not be cracked.

Poonam Singh

Tobacco Dust fertilizer-used as pesticide

Tobacco Dust fertilizer-used as pesticide

Tobacco dust fertilizers contain high organic compounds, which improves the soil chemical structure by improving Ions structure, electrical conductivity and nutrient levels. Apart from this refining the water intake capacity, water retention capacity and improves the soil physically.

The tobacco dust fertilizers reduces the soil bulk density while its increases the organic carbon content (OC), soil holes and infiltration of the soil has stated that the carbon provision of the carbon (C) through the amendments such as tobacco dust leads to the facility of the energy sources to the microorganisms in the soil and make them energetic in the soil that cause of the aeration source /oxygen distribution into the soil.

Uses of Tobacco Dust Powder :-

1. In fertilizer

2. In lawn

3. In Pesticide

Necessary ingredients:-

1. Dry Tobacco Leaves (Cigarette Buds)

2. Mild liquid soap

3. Bowl or bucket

4. Strainer or cheesecloth

5. Container with lid

6. Spray Bottle

Preparation method:-

1. Put 1 cup of tobacco leaves (cigarette buds) in 1 gallon hot water.

2. Add 10 drops mixed light liquid soap. Soap helps homemade spray adhere to plants.

3. Steep the solution for at least 30 minutes.

4. Pour the solution through a mesh strainer or cheesecloth into a bucket or bin with a lid. Keep the mixture on hand for up to a month.

5. Put the mixture in some quantity in the spray bottle.

6. Spray the bottom part of leaves on affected plants. Cover the leaves thoroughly with the spray solution.

7. Spray the lower part of the plant’s stem and the surrounding soil. For large-scale plantings, pour the solution from the bucket onto the soil.

8. Refill spray bottle as needed for foliar applications, or pour the solution from the bucket onto areas with severe ground pest infestations.

Uses: –

Nicotine spray are a traditional treatment for many types of pests, including whiteflies, gants, root and leaf aphids, thrips and lefaminers. While commercial nicotine sprays are so powerful that they can kill many beneficial insects as plant predators, homemade “tobacco juice” is short-lived and much milder. Used sparingly, it may be an important member in your arsenal of natural pest control.

Benefit: –

Potassium and phosphorus, which can provide essential nutrients to the soil and plant. The local data of the Department of Agriculture (DA) also showed that when tobacco dust is mixed with organic compost, then its nitrogen content has a positive effect on vegetable and home-grown plants.


1. If using tobacco juices on edible plants, restrict your spray schedule to early growth, and apply it several weeks before expected harvest. Nicotine can stay in the plant’s system for many weeks.

2. Tomatoes, chilli and eggplants, which are in the same nightshade family as tobacco, are susceptible to tobacco mosaic disease. Check your nursery information to see if  your nursery  plants are bred to be resistant to the disease. If you are not sure, then skip the tobacco juice treatment for these plants.

Epsom Salt

Epsom Salt

Epsom salt is the best use in the garden – one of which is as a insect resistant and pesticide.

Spraying and sprinkling are two of the most effective ways to using these magnesium rich salts to combat bugs.

Hydrated magnesium sulfate aka epsom salt contains two important elements: –

1. Those who need to maintain the optimum health of plants.

2. Magnesium plays an important role during photosynthesis.

3. It is also necessary by plants for the proper functioning of many enzymatic processes.

4. Seeds also required magnesium to germinate. Sulfur aids plant with many functions including amino acids production, increase root growth, and the formation of chlorophyll. This mineral also gives coal crop and Aliums their signature flavors. Fertilize onion, broccoli and cauliflower with Epsom salt to get healthier, sweeter-flavor vegetables. Use Epsom salt on tomatoes, chillies and roses plants grow stronger with more blossom. Epsom salt use as a normal fertilizer, Epsom salts are a cheap way to give healthy nutrients throughout your garden. An Epsom salt solution is also a great way to replenish magnesium and sulfur levels in depleted potting soil.

Uses of Epsom salt: –

1. Mix one tablespoon of Epsom salt with one gallon of water.

2. Apply to garden plants as a foliar-spray once every two weeks.

3. When feeding rose plant, use one tablespoon of salt per foot of the plant’s height mixed in a gallon of water. Spray once in the spring when the leaves begin to appear and again after rose starts bloom.

4. for vegetables, sprinkle a tablespoon of Epsom salts around each seedling as soon as they are transplanted in the garden. Repeat this feeding following the first bloom and fruiting. Mix two tablespoons of salt in one gallon water and use this solution in place of normal watering once per month.

5. Mix one cup of the salts in five gallons of water to make Epsom salt spray. Fill into a spray bottle and apply to the affected plants.

6. this will work to burn slugs and beetles, ensuring they keep their distance.

7. An easy choice, that you apply the application on every plant in the second week, sprinkle the salts around the base of your plants. This will not only deter pests. Rather increase nutrition absorption, as magnesium helps plants roots take up important nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus and sulfur.

Poonam Singh

Cinnamon-Uses for Pests, Cuttings & Fungicide

Cinnamon-Uses for Pests, Cuttings & Fungicide

Cinnamon gives amazing taste in cookies, cakes and any other food items, but it is very beneficial for the gardener. This versatile spice is used to help in root cutting, to prevent fungus from killing small buds, and even to keep insects away from their home. How do you use its powder for the health of plants, you will think twice about catching harsh chemicals for the needs of your garden.

Benefits of Cinnamon on plants: –

Its benefits on plants are widespread, and you can reach the spices almost every day. Here are some of the most common uses for gardens:

1.Cinnamon for pests

If you have any problems with ants in your home or greenhouse, then this is a good deterrent. Where the powder remains, the ants do not like to walk, so the problems of ant are reduced in summers.

2. Cinnamon as rooting agent

1. As a routing agent, this is useful in the form of willow water or hormone routing powder.

2. When you start cutting the plant, the same application for the stem will encourage root growth in almost every type of plant.

3. With the help of cinnamon powder, you can immediately start your cut.

4. Roll a spoonful of cinnamon into a paper towel and moisten the roll and put it in the last part of the stem.

5. Put the stem in fresh soil.

6. Cinnamon stimulates the stem to produce more stems.

7. Moisture that helps in preventing fungi is the cause of disease.

3. Cinnamon fungicide control

1. There is a fungal-based problem ranging from disease, which begins to grow in small seedling plants.

2. Cinnamon helps prevent this problem by killing the fungus. It also works to separate other fungal problems in older plants such as slim mold and mushroom infection in gardens.

3. Apply cinnamon spray for plants and take advantage of fungus control.

4. Add some quantity of cinnamon to hot water and leave it for overnight.

5. Filter the liquid through a coffee filter and put it in a bottle.

6. After the spraying of this liquid, see the result.

7. Spray the affected plants on the leaf and stem. Along with this, soften the soil of mushroom problem plants.

Poonam Singh


Dashparni Ark-Natural insecticides for insects and worm

Dashparni Ark-Natural insecticides for insects and worm

The word Dashparni Ark contains two different words: ‘Dasha’ means ‘ten’ and ‘parana’ means the plant or tree leaf. ‘Extracts’ means to remove the juice. It is a natural pesticide, which can be used on any crop and vegetable plants or fruit trees. Due to the high amount of urea in Dashparni Ark,  worm and insects do not attack crops, plants and buds. Due to nectar and aroma, Worm and insects are attracted to plants, they are away from plants due to the scorching and bad odour of Dashparni Ark, and by which plants can be protected.

This mixture can be made easily by the farmers at home.

Required materials for Dashparni Ark:

1. Extracts, Nirguna, Gudhal, Kaner, Neem, Ghanari, Sitaf, Arand, Papaya leaves 2 kg.

2. Cow dung 3-4 kg

3. Cow urine 2-3 litres.

4. Water 200 litres.

Preparation method:

Step 1:

ake 200 litres of water in a tank and then put 2 kg leaves of ten types of plants in the equal amount. After this, add 5 litres cow urine and 5 kg cow dung to the submerged leaves and mix this mixture well.

Step 2:

Leave the prepared mixture for 5 days. Put 5-7 litres water in the mixture on 6th day and mix all the ingredients in the tank well.

 Step 3:

Leave this mixture for 1 month. When the time is over, filter out this mixture and use it.

Preparation time:

1 month


4 month.


Insecticide can be applied as a foliar-spray.

Pay attention:

1. Mix 125 ml insecticides with 10 litres water.

2. Use 2.5 litres of pesticide with 200 litres of water for one hectare.

Poonam Singh




Pesticides is a substance that interrupts or kills organisms. Which we present as pests, harmful insects, or micro bacteria, which cause disease. Natural insecticides are such insecticides, which are usually made by other organisms to protect themselves, which are obtained from natural sources such as minerals or plants.


Most people believe that natural insecticides are always safer and more ecologically friendly than human-made pesticides, and this is mostly true, but this is not always the case. For example, nicotine is a natural insecticide found in tobacco leaves, and cigarette smoke contains highly addictive components. But in reality, most modern synthetic pesticides are more poisonous than them. If you claim that “natural = secure” then there is little doubt, because some natural insecticides are highly toxic.

Actually natural pesticides are more secure and more environmentally friendly than conventional pesticides. Since they are also very effective natural insecticides, most home and garden pests should be your first choice for control.

Pesticides come in various forms. While most people connect the term insecticide to those chemicals, which are sprinkled or dusted on food crops.

There are many types of pesticides available. 

1. Fungicide – Designed to eliminate or control the fungus. Plants can also be made to present specific forms of harmful fungus.

2. Herbicide- Designed to eliminate or reduce the presence of aggressive plant species and weeds.

3.  Pesticides – Focus on pressing, hitting, fooling, eating one or more types of insects or stopping nuisance.

4. Bactericidal- Designed to prevent the spread of one or more types of bacteria.

5. Bats- This product is designed to catch or kill large insects which are found in rabbits and dogs.

6. Repellents- Instead of eliminating or subtracting their number, insects have been created to reverse.

7. Rodentides- The chemical is used to control the rodent.

8. Luures- To make the chemists attractive for pests or to entice them with the ultimate intention to kill pesticides.

Benefits of natural pesticides:

1. Eco-friendly, safe for user / applicant and very effective when used correctly.

Disadvantages of natural pesticides:

1. Small residual activity (some users consider it a benefit) can be more expensive than traditional conventional pesticides.

2. To a lesser extent it can be insect-specific. Especially when compared to new synthetic pesticides.

Poonam Singh



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