Scorpions- what is a good way to kill them ?

If you consider yourself a real gardener, then you have more chances of snails, aphids, whiteflies some kind of worm or other creature that sometimes bothers.
Insects, good or bad, just have the title. Do not think this is true everywhere, but it is certainly in our region. Our warm and humid climate is very appealing to many types of parasites.

Through the worst drought in recent years seems to have made it worse pest for many gardeners.
Creatures of all types who not only want a meal, but they are also in search of water. Humans usually have some kind of source of food and water are mandatory hungry pests.

A parasite that now I repeatedly asked about are scorpions. Scorpions are nocturnal eaters are attracted to water, irrigated areas and bright areas outdoors where dams are located. Scorpions often eat crickets, moths, cockroaches, beetles and other insects.

Scorpions are arachnids and are more closely related to spiders, ticks and horseshoe crabs for insects. Scorpions have an exoskeleton and jointed legs. Your skin thick skin makes them more difficult to kill.

There is a product that is very effective in killing the scorpions and other insects (fleas, bedbugs, cockroaches) with exoskeletons.

Diatomaceous earth is a natural and safe for humans and animals, and even edible.  Diatomaceous earth, also known as erectile dysfunction, are the fossilized remains of marine phytoplankton.

Pests contact diatomite are trapped in their exoskeleton and joints. As you move around the diatomaceous earth will act as microscopic fragments of glass and cut. This will soon be the end of them.

The wonderful thing about diatomaceous earth, and eliminate parasites is that it will not harm humans or animals. Many pet owners and farmers diatomaceous earth to feed their animals against parasites and other benefits.

Many people eat them diatomaceous earth for all types of food. When shopping for diatomaceous earth, always make sure to get food grade diatomaceous earth. The only precaution that could be diatomaceous earth is not to inhale the dust. It would not be good for the lungs.

Another good thing about using diatomaceous earth as it is non-toxic insecticide which kills by physical action, not chemical action. This means that parasites can not develop a tolerance to diatomaceous earth as they would with poisons.

Until next time, let's try to garden with nature, not against it, and maybe all our herbs crazy.

Aucun commentaire:

Enregistrer un commentaire