Creolin to Protect Fruit Trees from Pests

For summer residents spring is time not only fresh joy from the sight of green leaves in the garden, birds singing and new plans and hopes. This is a time of active activity, including the protection of fruit trees from pests.

There are many effective and witty methods of dealing with unwanted guests in the garden.

But now we are going to talk about a simple way not to let pests on the fruit tree. We need a long-known veterinary agent creolin, which is used for more than 100 years for the treatment of animals from parasites. You can buy it in the drugstore.

Creolin to Protect Fruit Trees from Pests
Creolin-a long-known remedy

Little information

Pharmacological (biological) properties and effects
Drug for treatment of animals and disinfection of livestock buildings. Creoline coal-free has an effect on the causative agents of psoroptosis of sheep (goats), has a long-lasting residual effect on the skin and hair. It also has a wide range of antimicrobial action against gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, fungi of the genus Candida.

Creolin coal-free in the degree of impact on the body of animals refers to moderately hazardous substances.

What you need to do

It is necessary to take 0.5 liters of any vegetable oil and add 2 ml of Creolin. Mix thoroughly.

The resulting composition with a brush treated in the lower part of the tree trunk to a height of 20-30 cm Turns the likeness of Falconer’s belt: in the sun the oil thickens, it turns into a sticky mass, and Creolin acts are fearfully.

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Creolin to Protect Fruit Trees from Pests
Brush handle the lower part of the tree trunk

Thus, creeping pests can not climb into the crown of the tree. This method is good and helps from aphids, because, as you know, it is transferred to the ants and placed on young twigs.

By the way, even the spruce spruce branches did not help to protect against mice. Rodents made mink in the snow near the trunk and ate the bark to the full height of the snow layer. And the snow we had that winter fell deep, more than a meter.

This spring, all eaten I bark oiled water emulsion Creolin, and after the SAP flow has been already Creolin in sunflower oil.

This autumn, preparing for the winter, again smear Creolin trunks and skeletal branches of all its seedlings. And then I’ll tie the branches with a rope and tie them to the pegs to avoid snow damage.

How do you protect your fruit trees from pests? Share with us in the comments.

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