"Terradox" - a reliable remedy for soil pests
From spring to late autumn all kinds of pests threaten garden and horticultural crops. Among them, a special place is occupied by those living in the soil. The insidiousness of this group lies in the fact that, hiding underground, they often remain invisible. Sometimes a pest can be recognized by the characteristic signs of a damaged plant. But only experienced gardeners can make the right "diagnosis". It is necessary to deal with soil pests - they render destructive work and often not only damage the roots, but also lead to the death of plants. Let's try to figure out which “guests” should be most often feared and how to deal with them.
How to recognize a pest
Soil pests and their larvae damage the underground part of plants. Some of them are dangerous for newly planted crops, others harm adult garden plants. But all underground pests have virtually no natural enemies. Accordingly, under favorable conditions, their populations can grow to threatening proportions. Therefore, it is so important to determine the presence of harmful insects in time and take the necessary measures to destroy them.
Common bear –– a large insect that lays true corridors near the surface of the soil. Wielding powerful paws, it damages part of the roots during the digging, while the remaining roots, being without soil, die themselves. The bear eats root crops, tubers, eats germinating seeds, gnaws the underground parts of the stems. The danger of this pest also lies in its ability to fly, which makes its distribution a simple matter. Plants damaged by a bear die away quickly, and the death of plants has a focal character.
Wireworms (Nutcracker Larvae) and False Wireworms the real scourge of the gardener. Pests gnaw small roots and gnaw through the main root, and also make corridors in root crops and bulbs. And if plants manage to survive as a result of such activity, then the crop can be considered lost.
Onion fly it damages not only onions, but also garlic, as well as bulbs of tulips, daffodils, gladioli and other flowers. In damaged plants, the bulbs rot, the leaves turn yellow and wilt.
Cabbage fly It looks like ordinary, but its size is smaller and the color is lighter. The larvae of the cabbage fly, laid by females in the soil, feed on the roots of plants and in a short time can destroy all planted seedlings of cabbage.
Ants are considered pests in the garden, despite the fact that their forest counterparts are very useful insects. Garden ants do not build anthills - they have enough small holes in the soil to get to the roots of plants and build a house there for themselves and their loved ones. In addition, everyone knows that black garden ants are big fans of sticky aphid secretions and by all available means protect and breed this pest in our gardens. Therefore, the ants in the areas also need to be disposed of.
In addition to the soil pests already described, there are others that are no less harmful. As a rule, they all feed on the roots of plants, which is very annoying gardeners and gardeners. It can be quite difficult to distinguish the results of the activities of some from others, but not always necessary.
In stores, you can often find special preparations: a remedy for a bear or a remedy for a wireworm. But how do you know that there are no other unwanted insects besides them? To save yourself from the need to use different insecticides to control underground pests, you need to use a powerful universal tool.
"Terradox" - for the integrated control of soil pests
Terradox is effective against a large number of soil pests. Therefore, if you were unable to determine the author of the damage caused to plants by applying this universal remedy, you will get rid of the problem.
The universal drug for combating the bear, chafer, May cabbage and onion flies, wireworms, ants and other pests "Terradox" is successfully used in many crops:
"Terradox" is a modern, advanced drug. The granular form provides reliable long-term protection around the plants and has a quick effect. Pests die in contact with the granules or the soil around them. Use of the product in recommended doses is not toxic to cultivated plants.
Features of the use of the insecticide "Terradox"
Methods of using the drug "Terradox" are different for different cultures. When planting seedlings, bulbs and potatoes, granules are applied to the soil or scattered on the surface. When planting seedlings, the roots of the plants are immersed in a talker prepared from Terradox, earth and water.
The instructions describe in detail how to use the drug for different cultures.
High quality of the preparation, economical use and safety are the main advantages of Terradox. Use this reliable remedy from the firm "August", and soil pests will not harm your plants!