What can I do to avoid exposure to chemical pesticides?
is to minimize or if possible, eliminate the use of chemical pesticides
on your lawn or garden around your living space. Adopt an organic
and natural approach to taking care of your lawn and gardens. One
natural option is making your own natural pest repellant. Below
is an all natural formula and how you can go about preparing your
own natural pest repellant.
you need the following ingredients:
3 to 5 types of bitter herbs or leaves or any herb which produces
latex and are not eaten by goats (eg: papaya leaves, neem leaves,
aloe vera, glory lily, bale tree, Lantana, Calotropis gigan tea,
etc) - 5kg each.
2) Molasses or jaggery
3) Cow's urine
4) Small amount of cow dung.
the Natural Pest Repellent via fermentation method:
seeds and leaves and soak them in cow's urine and dung solution
for 15 days. The leaves and seeds must be totally immersed in liquid
to ensure effective fermentation.
the mixture, mix 1 liter of solution in 10 liters of water and spray
on plants to control insects and worms.
may seem simple but it is NOT easy, right? Its takes too much hard
work and time! And cow urine and dung?? That's disgusting!
these natural options are not practical for most individuals.
is cumbersome and requires lots of manual labor to perform.
SO EASY AND PRACTICAL WITH BIO-REPEL!