Tobacco Dust as Fertilizer and Pesticide

How to Use Tobacco Dust as Fertilizer & Pesticide for Garden

Many gardeners want to use biological remedies in the fight against pests, as well as fertilizers. But what should we use as natural fertilizer and insecticide?

We can use many natural things such as banana peels, coffee grounds, seaweed, tobacco dust, and many more. But you must know how and what amount you should use for your garden safety.

Here we will discuss the benefit of tobacco dust for the garden and lawn. Everyone knows about tobacco. It’s harmful to health. But the fewer people know that tobacco is good for plants and it has vast use in agriculture and livestock as insecticide, fungicide, and fertilizer.

So, let’s know How and why you should use tobacco dust in your garden or lawn?

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How to Grow,Harvest and Store Tomatillos: You should know

Tomatillos are perennial plants, cultivated as an annual. Are tomatillos tomatoes? Of course not but It is related to tomatoes, commonly known as Mexican green tomatoes, are native to Mexico. They are similar in shape and size. The main differences between tomatoes and tomatillos are tomatillos have a papery husk around the fruit and they grow in different plants. Nothing else. Tomatillos are mainly used in Salsa Verde and frequently used in traditional salsas.

If you want to learn more about how to grow tomatillos in your garden.

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radish leaves

Are Radish Leaves Edible? Read Before Throw Radish Leaves

Everyone knows that eating radish is good for health. But what about the radish leaves?

Are radish leaves good for you? Are radish leaves poisonous?

You must have heard these questions many times. To make a long story short, Of course, Radish leaves are edible and it’s healthy.

But it is not enough to know.

Radish greens are not only safe to eat but also are rich in pro-vitamins, minerals fiber, calories, and also have disease preventive quality.

What is the nutritive value of radish green? What are the diseases it can prevent? How to eat radish leaves?

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Natural Fertilizers for Garden

Natural Fertilizers for Garden:15 organic fertilizer dosages & recipes

Currently, synthetic fertilizers for gardening are very numerous on the market. However, Gardeners are now focusing on more natural products for the well-being of your garden because organic fertilizers are biodegradable, renewable sustainable and environmental friendly. There are also lots of benefits use nontoxic organic fertilizer instead of chemical fertilizer.

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Rubber Plant Drooping Leaves? [Causes & Control Measures]

Your Rubber plant dropping lots of leaves? And downward dropping leaves are also turning yellow or brown and falling down?

You don’t know what should you do? Don’t worry you are not alone who are facing this problems. And you know why do the rubber plant leaves droop is one of the most asked questions in the gardening forum.

Here I am going to assist you to identify actually what happened to your rubber plant and what steps you should take.

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Best insecticidal soap

7 Best Organic Insecticidal Soap 2022 [Reviews & Guide]

Who doesn’t like the organic method to get rid of insects? And there are tons of organic products or recipes available for the plant. Insecticidal soap is one of them. Yes! You can use insecticidal soap or any natural soap to remove the insect permanently from your garden.

But not all the soaps are free from harsh chemicals. Remember; just saying organic soap doesn’t mean organic. It will be organic if the active ingredients and other containing substances are organic.

So, How would you know what is the best organic insecticidal soap? You have to buy different so-called insecticidal soap and do some experiments on your plant to get the best soap.

It sounds simple. But it isn’t.

That’s why I have researched and listed the 7 best insecticidal soap for your plant. In this article, I have explained why these soaps are best and how can you apply the soap to your plant.

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