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Plant Extracts

 

The Organic Production System Relies On The Use Of Alternatives To Chemical Pesticides Such As Plant Extracts To Protect Plant Production From Diseases Caused By Fungal, Bacterial, Viral And Nematode Organisms That Affect Various Field And Horticultural Crops And Cause Significant Losses To The National Economy. And Reduce The Losses Caused By Infection Both During The Planting Season Or In The Post-Harvest To Keep Pace With Recent Trends In Disease Resistance

 

Definition Of Plant Extracts:

 

 They Are Natural Compounds Derived From Plant Origins That Have Multiple Effects On Pests

 

Mechanisms Of The Effect Of Plant Extracts On Agricultural Pests

 

     1. Direct Toxicity: It Contains Toxic Chemical Compounds Leading To The Death Of The Insect Immediately

 

     2. Nutrient Inhibitors: Inhibit The Action Of The Sensory Receptors Of The Taste And Thus Fail The Insect To Identify The Host

 

     3. Egg Laying Inhibitors: By Affecting The Sensory Receptors Of Egg Laying Machine

 

     4. Repellent: Some Plant Compounds And Aromatic Oils Are Used To Expel The Various Insect Spores From The Treated Places Through Their Effect On The Members Of The Sense Of Taste Mainly

 

     5. An Organization For The Growth Of Insects Or Modified Behavior: Containing Chemical Compounds With A Cumulative Effect That Affect At Certain Concentrations On The Growth And Development Of The Insect

 

Advantages Of Using Plant Extracts:

 

1. Low Toxicity For Hot Blood Cells

 

2. There Is No Risk Of Developing The Resistance To Pests Due To The Multiplicity Of Methods Of Their Effect

 

3. Less Exposure To Non-Target Organisms, Preventing Secondary Lesions From Occurring

 

4. Do Not Adversely Affect The Growth Of Plants And Vitality Of Seeds

 

5. Lower Cost And Easy Access Due To Normal Presence

 

Do Plant Extracts Suffer From Constraints Limiting That Their Use?

 

The Answer Is Yes, Plant Extracts Suffer From Some Constraints:

 

1. It May Be Seasonal And Not Available Throughout The Year.

 

2. They Are More Affected By Natural Conditions And Have Less Storage Capacity Because They Are Broken By Light And Radiation

 

3. Some May Be Toxic To Humans And Animals.

 

4. Their Effect Is Somewhat Slow.

 

5. Lack Of Commercial Spread Leads To A Lack Of Knowledge Of How To Use Them By Farmers

 

To Find Out Which Plants Can Be Extracted, Click Here

 

How To Prepare The Extracts And How To Prepare Them You Can Find Them By Clicking On The Link Click Here

 

 

For Compost

 

 Composting Is The Process Of Decomposition Of Organic Matter That May Be Of Plant Or Animal Origin. In Fact, It Is A Very Simple Process And Can Occur Naturally Without Human Intervention, As Happens In Forests When Tree Leaves Fall At The End Of The Season. Various Animals, Birds, Insects, Worms And Microorganisms In Various Sizes And Types, To Consume Those Papers And Convert Them Into Natural Compost

 

Wastes That Can Be Used

 

     1. Pruning Residues (Grapes, Apples, Citrus, Olives, ...)

 

     2. Sugar Processing Wastes (Molasses, Sugar Beet Residues).

 

     3. Waste Manufacturing Oils (Cotton Sowing, ...)

 

     4. The Remnants Of The Olive Age (Olive Oil)

 

     5. Cotton Lintels

 

Compost Tea:

 

Is The Same As The Liquid Produced From The Compost Extract But Is Added During The Process Of Manufacturing And Extracting Some Nutrients For Microorganisms Such As Molasses Or Humic And Fulvic Acids To Provide Food And Energy To Those Microorganisms To Increase Their Activity To Get As Much Nutrients As Possible. Compost Tea Click Here

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