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by:Litel Technology     2019-07-30
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AFTER near-
Recording Summer and Early Years-
Autumn rain, most of the gardens are beautiful.
But not everyone is happy. AFTER near-
Recording Summer and Early Years-
Autumn rain, most of the gardens are beautiful.
But not everyone is happy.
Heavy rain is a mixed blessing for the pests that invade gardens at this time of the year.
In a normal season, small green or gray aphids frequently infest the leaves of rose tips and winter vegetables, especially cabbage and cauliflower.
Aphids are sap-sucking animals that spend most of the summer avoiding the heat.
But in autumn, when the climate is mild to warm, the population will increase sharply.
This year, insect populations are unusually low because of-too much rain.
Every time a group enters and begins to reproduce, it rains and rushes aphids to the ground, where they are easily eaten by beetles and spiders.
But if you look closely at your rose bushes or vegetables, you will find that you are in a higher position. -than-
Positive constants of ladybugs, canaries, spiral flies and predatory flies.
They are your friends, unaffected by the rain, and they are doing their best to control the number of aphids.
If aphid populations begin to build up in gardens, resist any temptation and spray them with toxic chemicals, they will kill not only aphids, but also carnivores.
In most cases, a spray gun will have the same effect as a downpour.
If you really have to spray, use a pest oil that targets aphids, not whole plants.
Another insect that does not like rain is the millipede.
Millipedes are garbage scavengers, feeding mainly on decaying plants.
When they spend most of their time in the ruins of low bushes and gardens, when it rains in autumn, they begin to migrate to dry land.
But they are also attracted by light. They often wave after wave through the space around the doors and windows and head for the house.
Strategic spraying of chemicals such as carbamyl or cyhalothrin(Baythroid)
It can effectively reduce the amount, but it should be noted that these chemicals are very toxic.
If possible, limit the spray to the hiding place of the thousand feet.
Solar lamps sometimes allow gardeners to effectively control millipedes by installing three or four solar lamps. -
The light in their garden is far from the house.
Millipedes are attracted by light and can be controlled by spraying residual pesticides at the bottom of the light.
Alternatively, you can design a suitable trap, such as placing ice cubes. -
The butter container is buried on the ground, and the top of the container is level with the ground.
Slugs and snails are garden pests that thrive in the rain.
For garden slugs and snails, it's wet enough to absorb the water. -
Dependent predators emerge from summer hideouts, cool enough to stimulate intensive feeding as a prelude to reproduction.
In autumn, when the temperature in the garden is between 15 and 25 degrees Celsius, slugs and snails may lay hundreds of eggs in a very short time.
But to do this, they must accumulate energy reserves through constant feeding.
This feeding frenzy always occurs when many gardeners are busy growing their favorite foods, such as seedlings, corms, perennials and other soft foods. -tissued plants.
Experienced growers know the value of controlling slugs and snails early in autumn before they start breeding.
Anyone who happens to have a blue-tongued lizard in the garden may find snails are not the main problem.
Gardens that are often covered with thick mulches throughout the year may also be surprised to find that slugs and snails rarely grow to destructive levels.
This is because of a huge black beetle and the ground. -
The living spiders usually find their favorite slugs and snail eggs at home.
Another effective way to prevent demographic destruction is to establish appropriate traps.
You just need to put a board a few centimeters above the ground where a slug or snail might be hiding.
After a night of feeding, the animals hide under the boards, and cleaning them in the morning is a simple operation.
However, if the control method is effective, the trap must be carried out regularly.
Snail baits are available, but they must be dispersed rather than accumulated in order to be effective and plentiful. (but not all)
It is highly toxic to dogs and cats.
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