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How can you treat currant from pests now?

How can you treat currant from pests now?

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Good afternoon, gardeners. Tell me, what can be processed currants now? It is desirable folk remedies. In the summer it was overcome by aphids and some green caterpillars, treated with phytosporin, ammonia and ash, but still it was not possible to completely get rid of them. The crop was much lower than last year. Or will folk remedies not help here?


continue to continue to use folk remedies .... Then the next year you will see the same picture .... There are no berries, there are almost no leaves either, bees and beneficial insects are no longer poisoned .... Treat with insecticides (top and ground from wintering larvae) and antifungal. I see no reason to be so wary of chemistry ... Especially since there are so many BIOs on sale ....

it’s not even that I’m afraid of chemistry, but that my parents’s summer house is in a remote village, there are no shops nearby with such funds, you just need to go. Thanks for the advice, tomorrow we’ll go to the area, try to find at least something)))

Garlic solution with laundry or tar soap. 3 times in the summer. Autumn - Chemistry

and what chemical means do you process? Can the name be?

Fufanon in autumn and spring before budding. If there are already berries and there will be pests, then Caviar Bio

maybe Iskra-BIO?

yes, yes, it’s just we’ve just got the fish season, until 3 in the morning I salted caviar

Natalya, yes, we have the same thing .... I ordered everything through the Internet))) otherwise the wilderness is wilderness

And how to process the currant, yesterday I cut it a little and inside the trunk, a hole around the trunk, or chopped off the whole ...

It is advised to spray shrubs and trees with urea in neighboring groups (500 g per bucket of water).