Fluffy walnut: how to fight indoor plants
- 18 Nov 01:45
If you love indoor flowers, then you need to learn how to care for them and know everything about their pests, because the best way to fight is to prevent them from spreading. Flourish wormwood on indoor plants is a frequent guest. About it and will be discussed in this article.
- beard 2 Affected by flowers
- 3 Pest Control
- 3.1 Folk remedies
- 3.2 Chemical methods
- 3.3 Biological methods of struggle
- 4 Video "Methods of struggle with a mildew"
What a beast
Flour worms whichstill popularly known as hairy lice - are sine insects that have an oval body. The body is covered with white bloom and has a kind of bristles on the sides. Because of its coloration, which can be both white and pink with transverse stripes on the back, the sheep can be seen with the naked eye. The size of the insects varies depending on the variety, in the range from 3 to 7 mm. These pests produce white and, moreover, mucus mucus, so it seems that the indoor plant was sprinkled on top with flour.
It is this gluing mud that interferes with gas exchange in the colors. The insect prefers to settle in the axils of the leaf, adoring to settle on young shoots or inside still undiscovered leaves. In the world there are about 1600 varieties. For lovers of flowers in the house, the most dangerous are varieties: bristly, grape, seafront, citrus worm.
What kind of flowers are affected by
What kind of indoor plants are the victims of these hairy worms? Most often the taste of a small pest includes all varieties of citrus, cuckoo, cactus, ferns, as well as all your favorite orchids, violets and azaleas. The poison that leaves pseudococcidia weakens the growth of the orchid, which leads to a change in the color and cropping of the leaves. In flowering plants, lesions are also exposed to buds and already opened flowers. The massive reproduction of male insects can lead to the deformation of young shoots in orchids.
With regard to the disease of violets, in most cases, the damage to this parasite occurs underground and therefore affected mainly roots. If the violet is planted in a transparent dish, then mildew roots will be clearly visible. In the family of citrus, as well as in seven, the root system is affected.
It is impossible to accurately name the cause of the appearance of these harmful insects. Most often, the appearance of a parasite is due to a violation of care, the use of already contaminated soil, a decrease or increase in temperature. The methods of fighting the parasite are very similar to methods of struggle against aphids. It is difficult to overcome an insect.
If you find the affected plant, then the first thing to do is isolate it to avoid the disease on other indoor flowers.
It is advisable to conduct a review on the subject of defeat of flowers that were close to the patient. If a bud or flower is ill, it's best to cut it off immediately. If the affected area is small, then it is recommended to wipe the parasites with a damp cloth. Worse cases are with the heart-damaged orchids. As mentioned above, insects love to nest in the sinuses, which greatly complicates the purification process. It is not recommended to climb there, as these are important organs of orchids. You can catch a pest with a simple tweezers. If the insect settled on young leaves, then you can carefully deploy the leaf and cut literally 1 cm from the top. This will not damage the letter and will allow you to get rid of the parasite.
Folk fighting aids
It is possible to fight flour cherries without resorting to chemicals. The people have a lot of ways that will destroy the annoying parasite.
The most common is the use of soap and alcohol solution. This tool is quite easy to prepare: one teaspoon of grated soap is required to dissolve in hot water. Then add water to a volume of 1 liter and add 2 tablespoons of vodka and 1 tablespoon of alcohol. Before starting spraying, the substrate should be closed in a pot, and the next day after spraying, rinse with warm water. It's advisable to spray it every 3-4 days for spraying.
has also proved to be a garlic infusion. To do this, take 4-5 pieces of garlic per 1 liter of water, bring the water to a boil, and chop the garlic. This solution wipes the affected leaves. The folk remedies include olive emulsion. In her cooking there is nothing complicated. A few spoons of olive oil stir in water and apply to the flower using a cotton swab.
It is possible to apply an extract of citrus crusts, which should be 1-2 days.
You can fight against parasites by using chemical methods and drugs. The best time to use chemicals is the period when young individuals appear. This is precisely the complexity of the struggle, since the plant at one and the same time are different generations of insects. Therefore, there is no one-time chemical treatment here. The use of the drug should be applied at intervals of 7-14 days.
Today, a large and diversified range of chemicals is being sold. After their application, the protective chemical begins to ingest into the juices of the plant. Parasites suck such a juice and rub.
All chemicals can be divided into several types:
- System. Get into the juice, making it poisonous for insects. This group includes all sprays for combating pests, including Rogor and Phosphamide. Insecticides, which have the parathion and malathion in their composition, are most effective.
- Intestine. The organism of the parasite falls through the mouth. This group includes such drugs as Aktellik, Nurell D, Aktar.
- Contact. Get into the body through the skin( piretrin).One of the common preparations of this group is Spruzit-AESchadlingsfrei. When using this drug it is not recommended to leave indoor flowers in bright sunlight. Repeated treatment with a drug is not required.
It is possible to identify the most effective insecticides based on the following substances:
In combating insects it is recommended to repeat treatment with drugs, to avoid the emergence of a more stable generation. The term of repeated recommended exposure can be seen on the package.
Biological methods of struggle
There are enemies in the pseudococcid species that feed on them. These include a group of riders, larvae of marmalade flies, cryptolemuses, and ordinary zlatoglazki. Biological method involves the use of microbiological drugs( bacterial, fungal) - lepidocid. This method has been widely used in greenhouses and greenhouses, where Australian sunflowers are released to fight against parasites.
Good flower conditions are the most effective prevention of pest infestations. Removing dead plants, loosening the soil, regular inspection will help you avoid mass contamination. Pseudococcidies are afraid of direct sunlight, so you can practice "solar baths."
Video "Methods to fight the mildew"
How to deal with a worm? It's quite simple, but there are some moments you'll learn about watching this video.