Soil Insects Concentrate

Soil Insects Concentrate – 5 l for 5000 m2

✔ Highly effective against nearly all harmful soil insects.
✔ Simple to apply and user-friendly.
✔ Effective against wireworms (click beetles), soil caterpillars (moths).
✔ Effective against vine weevils (snout beetles), larvae of jewel and bark beetles.
✔ Effective against vegetable flies, root borers, and symphylans, etc.
✔ Roots, leaves, and soil develop a natural defence system.
✔ Suitable for natural gardening.
✔ Applicable both as a preventive and curative measure.
✔ Safe for humans, animals, and the environment.
✔ Promotes growth, vitality, and resilience of the plant.
✔ 100% natural and plant-based.

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Description

Soil Insects Concentrate is composed of specific herb extracts and serves a preventative role in repelling soil insects. The product supports the natural restorative capacity of plants, offering nurturing, nourishing, and plant-strengthening properties against external influences in the soil and around the roots. Soil Insects Soil Insect Concentrate is of natural and plant-based origin and is safe for humans, animals, and the environment. It is especially suitable for organic gardening. This natural remedy provides a preventative action against the presence of, among others, wireworms (click beetles), soil caterpillars (moths), vine weevil (snout beetles), larvae of jewel and bark beetles, vegetable flies, root borers, symphylans, and other harmful insects in the soil.

Soil Insects Soil Insect Concentrate is absorbed by the roots and leaves of the plant, shrub, or tree, altering the crop’s aroma and taste. This is only detectable by insects. As the plant’s resistance is increased, it will, in effect, develop its own defence system. The harmful soil insects will then avoid the plant and no longer consume it. Consequently, reproduction will cease, and the population will substantially decrease. In this manner, the nuisance and damage will naturally diminish.

 

Features

✔ Highly effective against nearly all harmful soil insects.
✔ Simple to apply and user-friendly.
✔ Effective against wireworms (click beetles), soil caterpillars (moths).
✔ Effective against vine weevils (snout beetles), larvae of jewel and bark beetles.
✔ Effective against vegetable flies, root borers, and symphylans, etc.
✔ Roots, leaves, and soil develop a natural defence system.
✔ Suitable for natural gardening.
✔ Applicable both as a preventive and curative measure.
✔ Safe for humans, animals, and the environment.
✔ Promotes growth, vitality, and resilience of the plant.
✔ 100% natural and plant-based.

 

Application

Soil Insects Soil Insect Concentrate can be used in ornamental gardens, vegetable gardens, balconies, or lawns. Shake the product well before use. Dissolve 50 ml in 5 litres of water (sufficient for 25 m²). Pour the solution onto damp soil, ideally before rainfall. Otherwise, generously water the soil (10 mm).

 

Effective against wireworms (click beetles), soil/earth caterpillars (moths), vine weevil (snout beetles), larvae of jewel and bark beetles, vegetable flies, root borers, and symphylans.

 

Dosage

Use/Amount/Solution/Area

 

▶ Preventive – light infestation/10 ml/ 0.5 to 1 litre of water/10 m²

▶Curative – severe infestation/20 ml/0.5 to 1 litre of water/10 m²

 

Storage

Store out of direct sunlight in a cool and dark place. Even after opening, this product retains its quality for over a year.

Background Information

 

The wireworm, or click beetle, is the larva of a beetle from the Elateridae family. The most harmful species are Agriotes lineatus and Agriotes obscurus.

 

Soil/earth caterpillars (moths) are the caterpillars of moths belonging to the Agrotis genus. Some common species include the turnip moth (Agrotis exclamationis), the heart & dart (Agrotis segetum), and the dark sword-grass (Agrotis ipsilon). The early caterpillar stages live above ground, feeding on young plants. They nibble small holes in leaves, giving the appearance that the plants have been pelted with hailstones.

 

The vine weevil or grooved snout beetle (Otiorhynchus sulcatus) poses a threat to many ornamental plants, including rhododendron, cyclamen, and azalea, as well as strawberries and other fruit crops. It belongs to the Curculionidae family. Most damage is caused by larvae gnawing at the roots.

 

Jewel beetles (Buprestidae) often have striking colours and a metallic sheen, hence the name ‘jewel beetle’. Almost all species feed on plants.

 

Bark beetles (Scolytidae) are very harmful, small, cylindrical, black or brown beetles. They live in or behind bark, mainly in coniferous trees.

 

Root borers: the cabbage moth (Pharmacis lupulina) is very polyphagous. There are reports of damage to many crops, including strawberries, raspberries, and hops. The larvae are up to 35 mm in size, shiny, translucent, and partly transparent. The dark innards are clearly visible. The moth is widespread in Europe.

 

The symphylan (Scutigerella immaculata) is deemed harmful as they gnaw at young plant roots. They can pose problems primarily in chrysanthemums but also in carnations, roses, various fruiting vegetables, and occasionally in potted plants.

 

 

Additional information

Weight 6 kg
Dimensions 20 × 20 × 20 cm