Continuing from the previous post, in this one we are going to learn about other common types of plant diseases to help you identify one when you see one. As you see, there is a wide range of plant diseases and being able to recognize them is the first step to doing what you have to do with your plants.
Here some more plant diseases for you to observe as well. Continue reading “The Common Types of Plant Diseases to Watch for (Part 2)”
Plants can get diseases, too. If you are regularly observing your plants and you notice that they are beginning to look odd, chances are that these plants of yours are already infected by plant diseases.
Now, you have to act fast because you know that plant diseases could spread to all the other neighboring plants. But sadly, you don’t know what to do. That could be the worst scenario, right?
Today, we are going to learn all about the common plant diseases and what to do when you encounter them. Read on and discover a lot about these pesky diseases. Continue reading “The Common Types of Plant Diseases to Watch for”
Since the 1930’s, farmers have been using chemical fertilizers to increase crop production. Chemical fertilizers may have been helping the farmers to increase the quality yields but they also cause some serious harmful effects.
We tend to overlook these harmful effects as long as we benefit from having as much organic products as we need.
But at some point, we really need to understand and address this issue. Continue reading “The Dangers of Chemical Fertilizer”
Plants can be highly vulnerable to wide range of pathogens. Without proper treatment, other plants nearby can also get infected. Once creative method for controlling disease among greenhouse and other commercial crops is by using biofungicide. Continue reading “All You Need to Know about Biofungicide”