How to cure roses without; chemistry: the best folk remedies for diseases and pests

It is known that pests and pathogens over time acquire immunity to many store-bought drugs. In such a situation, it will be a complete surprise for the "enemy army" if you carry out the treatment with folk remedies.

Experienced rose growers recommend regularly inspecting plants for diseases and pests. After all, before the epidemic, most roses can be easily saved. But if you delay the diagnosis and miss the favorable time for processing, the rose bush will be in danger, up to complete death.

It is at the initial stage that you can successfully apply folk remedies and avoid the use of "chemistry", which harms not only dangerous, but also beneficial insects, worsens the condition of the soil and can adversely affect the health of humans, pets, bees and fish.

To make it easier for you to cope with diseases and pests of roses, we have collected the most effective and affordable methods of treatment with folk remedies. They can also be used for prevention. You just have to determine what the plant is suffering from and prepare a medicinal preparation.

The best folk remedies for rose diseases

Under unfavorable growing conditions, oversupply of fertilizing and watering, roses can get sick. Most often, the bushes get sick with powdery mildew, rust and black spot.

At the initial stage, these ailments can be successfully dealt with with the help of folk remedies.

Folk remedies for powdery mildew on roses

Powdery mildew signs: white bloom on leaves, shoots and buds.

It is advisable to treat roses with the following means.

Mullein and wood ash. Dissolve 1 kg of mullein in a bucket of water, add 200 g of ash and let it brew for a week in a warm place, then strain. Before budding, infusion can be poured over the bush as a prophylaxis, you do not need to dilute with water. If the treatment takes place during the period of growth and flowering, dilute the infusion in a ratio of 1:10 and spray on the leaves. Repeat the treatment after 3-4 days.

Baking soda and soap. Dissolve 1 tbsp. ... soda and 1/2 tsp. laundry soap in 4 liters of warm water. Stir well and spray the roses. Repeat the treatment 1-2 more times every 7 days.

Potassium permanganate. Dissolve 3 g of powder in a bucket of water, then spray or water the roses. Repeat the procedure after a few days if necessary.

It's always best to learn from someone else's mistakes, not your own. Therefore, in order not to ruin your plants, find out what not to do in the garden.

Here we list the most common mistakes novice gardeners make.

Try to avoid them - and your trees and shrubs will be grateful to you.

Invalid distance between trees

If the plantings are too dense, the garden looks unattractive. Plus, over time, the branches of the lower tier begin to die off in trees, since the plants are poorly ventilated and create shadow for each other. In this case, the crop ripens only on the upper branches, which are difficult for gardeners to reach in order to harvest the fruits. If you initially correctly approach the design of the garden, you will be able to avoid these problems.

Incorrect translation of the center conductor to the side branch

In order to provide access to light for the central part of the crown and limit the height of the tree, at the age of 15-25 years it is recommended to transfer the central conductor of the plant to a side branch. However, many people do it wrong. The most common mistake is this: when pruning, inexperienced gardeners leave a large stump (about 5 cm), as a result of which the plant begins to rot.

And it can destroy even a sturdy tree.

Traumatic constrictions

Any materials attached to branches and trunks (tag with the name of the variety, twine, binding for grafting fixation), after a few years, lead to the death of the shoot above the waist. To prevent this from happening, the plants must be regularly inspected and "strangleholds" must be removed from them in a timely manner. If the shoots still need to be tied to a support, then the tying material is checked and loosened at least twice a year.

Untimely formation of the tree skeleton

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