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Overcoming Insect Pressure
What are the best organic recipes for pest control? Neem oil is effective in killing insects, and recipes using garlic and pepper help to repel them. But what is the best approach? Plant nutrition.
It is a proven fact that sapping insects are programmed to attack plants that are either sick or nutritionally deficient. The scientists at Tainio Technologies did a test on a potato field that was nutritionally out of balance. First, they applied a foliar application to the potato plants on half of the field to supply the nutritional deficiencies. Next, they released 2,000 potato bugs on each half of the field. In the portion of the field that was still nutritionally deficient, the potato bugs had a feast. But on the other half of the field, they just walked away. They didn't even see the potato plants as food.
Plants emit infrared rays that differ according to their nutritional makeup. When the Cation nutrients (calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium) and micro-nutrients are in correct balance, plants emit infrared rays at a frequency of 660 and have a pH in the sap of 6.4. But where these nutrients are missing or are out of balance, the plant will substitute hydrogen in there place. When a plant is forced to substitute hydrogen to the point that it emits infrared color at 720 or higher on a nanometer, it communicates to sapping insects to help themselves.
"Insects and fungi are not the real cause of plant diseases but only attack unsuitable varieties and mutations of crops, pointing out the crops that are improperly nourished and so keep agriculture up to the mark.. In other words, pests must be looked at as an integral portion of any rational system of farming. The policy of protecting crops from pests by means of sprays, powders and so forth is unscientific and unsound as, even when successful, such procedures merely preserve the unfit and obscure the real problem - how to grow healthy crops." (World Crisis in Agriculture, Ambassador College Press, 1974.)
So what are the best organic recipes for pest control? They are the recipes that supply the plant with needed nutrients, so that pests don't see them as food.
Perhaps this can
explain why concentrated sea
minerals have such
a strong track record for preventing insects from attacking
plants. Concentrated Sea Minerals are fortified with
Potassium, Magnesium, and Sodium, plus contains the complete
spectrum of micronutrients needed by plants.
Case in point: Joe McBride applied GroPal concentrated sea minerals on his large garden, and for the whole year he saw only one insect pest, a caterpillar, on the edge of his garden. Look closely at the Collard leaves – there is absolutely NO insect damage. Reports like this are coming in from all across the nation. Sea minerals offer a wonderful way to fortify a plant with nutrients, and are one of the best organicrecipes for pest control that there is.
Are there any other reasons why the best organic recipes for pest control are nutritional? Yes. Did you know that there are far more beneficial insects per acre than harmful ones. In fact, less than 2% of all insects are harmful. Organic bug sprays for plants kill any bug they come into contact with, whether a pest bug or a beneficial bug, like bees, and butterflies. The 98% of good insects are innocent bystanders that serve as aerators of the soil, predators of insects and scavengers of animal and plant waste, yet they too are killed.
It is far better to approach insect control using an organic recipe for insect control that centers on plant nutrition than to use organic recipes for pest control that do great damage to beneficial insects. For instance, if you kill the pollinators, what do you think will pollinate your plants?
these things in mind, here are some recommendations:
Get rid of
weak plants. They will attract sapping insects.
your soil. Compost, use mulch,
Balance A. Strong vigorous plants come from
weeds and other debris that might be a breeding place for
calcium carbonate (High Cal Lime) for low pH soils, or
calcium sulfate for high pH soils.
Balance A has helped to restore balance to the soil, foliar feed
your plants with GroPal
Time when you Plant to Avoid Insect Pests, by The Funny Farm