Soap has been used as an old remedy to control pests. Salts and fatty acids are found in many soaps which act as selective pesticides.
Method of preparation
Method #1: Mix 2 teaspoons mild detergent with 4 liters of water.
Method #2: Mix 2 teaspoons mild detergent with 4 liters of water.
Method #3: Mix 3 tablespoons of soap flakes (not detergent) with 4 liters of water. Method #4: Mix 1 tablespoon of dishwashing detergent with 1 cup of cooking oil, to make a stock solution. For a gallon of spray, add 5 to 8 tablespoons of stock solution to a gallon of water.
Method #5: Mix 2 1/2 tablespoons of liquid soap to a gallon of water. Stir well
How to use
1. Add soap to water. Use mild soap or potash-based soap. 2. Start with a lower concentration and make adjustments of the strength after testing on few infested plants.
3. Always try on few infested plants before going into full scale spraying. Soaps can cause burnt leaves on sensitive plants, like cole crops and certain ornamentals. Several applications in short periods can aggravate drying of leaves.
4. Apply on the infested plants thoroughly, including the undersides of the leaves. Spray early in the morning or late afternoon.
Ants,Aphid,Fruit fly,Leafhoppers,Mealybug,Psyllids Scales,Spider mite,Thrips,Whitefly,Black spot,Canker Leaf spot,Powdery mildew and Rust
Kini TANAH KITA telah membuka semula penyertaan baru program RAKAN TANI(contrac farming) setelah kami mendapat semula perjanjian bekalan sebanyak 3.5 tan sehari .
apa yg anda dapat jika meyertai kami
a)pengurusan jualan hasil tani b)pembelian peralatan pertanian dgn harga istimewa c)bimbingan teknik penanaman secara fertigasi d)rangkaian pertanian yg besar untuk yg berminat sila dapatkan borang permohonan disini.