how to ensure the quality of organic vegetables, not by insect infestation? Many investors know that they can not use pesticides, there are other ways to prevent it? If you are a novice investor, you can learn a lot of experience to find their own way.

due to organic vegetables in the production process to prohibit the use of all synthetic pesticides, prohibit the use of production by genetic engineering technology products, so organic vegetable pests should adhere to the "prevention first, combining prevention with control" principle. Through the selection of resistant varieties, high temperature disinfection, reasonable fertilizer management, crop rotation, intercropping, diversification and physical protection of natural enemies and other agricultural measures, comprehensive prevention and control of plant diseases and insect pests.

1, can be used in disease prevention and control of lime, sulfur, Bordeaux control of vegetable diseases; allow the use of copper containing materials Limited, such as copper hydroxide and copper sulfate to control fungal diseases of vegetable; can use soft soap, botanicals, vinegar and other vegetables fungal disease prevention; Potassium Permanganate is a good fungicide. Can cure a variety of diseases; allow the use of microbial fermentation products and prevention of vegetable diseases.

2, pest control advocated by releasing parasitoids and predators (such as beetles and predatory mites species, etc.) to control pests; allow the use of soft soap, botanical insecticide or native plant extraction agent and pest control; can make use in pheromone traps and sporadic vessel, allowing the use of visual (such as yellow sticky board) and physical facilities (such as insect pest insect nets); can make limited use of rotenone, botanical pyrethroid, emulsified vegetable oil and diatomite to allow limited use of insecticide; microorganism and its preparation, such as cyanophos bacillus, Bt preparation.

3, weed control through cultivation techniques of growth by limiting weeds (such as crop rotation, green manure and fallow weed control etc.); provide the use of straw mulch weed; allowed the use of mechanical and electric weeding; prohibit the use of genetically engineered products and chemical herbicides.

growers need to figure out what’s happening to their organic vegetables? Is a pest or disease, analysis of the reasons can be an antidote against the disease. Planting techniques to share the above, if you want to learn more about planting technology, you can pay more attention to the relevant information.

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first_imgIt was confirmed this morning that Nigel Owens MBE will be refereeing the Varsity Rugby Match this Thursday.As a contracted Heineken Champions Cup referee, Owens is required to regularly officiate matches on the continent. The group phase of the European knockout competition traditionally takes place in the Autumn and has previously denied Owens the opportunity to don the whistle for the contest between Oxford and Cambridge.The Welshman, however, has been handed special dispensation this time around to referee the iconic fixture, before travelling to Paris for Sunday’s clash between Racing 92 and Leicester Tigers.Upon confirmation of the arrangement, he tweeted: “Very pleased to [have] been given the honour of refereeing the Varsity match at Twickenham on Thursday. Really excited and looking forward to refereeing this great fixture for the first time.”In 2014, Owens was subjected to homophobic abuse when taking charge of an Autumn International between England and New Zealand at Twickenham, and subsequently two supporters were banned from the home of English rugby.In August of this year, he revealed that the RFU chairman Bill Beaumont had personally handwritten a letter in which he assured Owens that the RFU were in staunch opposition to the homophobic behaviour and that “[Owens] would always be welcome at Twickenham.”Owens credits this intervention as the driving force in deciding against retiring as a referee, and in 2015 returned to Twickenham to officiate the Rugby World Cup Final between New Zealand and Australia.Speaking to the official Varsity Match website, Owens nodded to the long line of Welsh officials who have taken charge of the fixture, adding that he “didn’t want to miss out on this game in my career.”Owens will become the third referee to blow the whistle in the Varsity Match having previously officiated the World Cup Final, following in the footsteps of fellow Welshman Derek Bevan, who officiated the 1991 Final that Twickenham also played host to. In more recent history, Englishmen Wayne Barnes (2005, 2008) and Dave Pearson (2011) have joined the roll call after refereeing at the World Cup.The arrangement is no doubt mutually beneficial to all parties involved; a sentiment echoed by CEO David Searle on the Varsity site: “It is fantastic to have the endorsement of the world’s leading referee for our fixture at Twickenham. It is nice to see that the current crop of professional referees still see value in the traditions of the game and still want to be involved in games like the Varsity Match.”The move is another welcome boost for the occasion after a four-year extension with Twickenham for both the Men’s and Women’s matches was agreed in March. At the time, Men’s captain Dominick Waldouck told Cherwell: “Some of my earliest rugby memories are watching The Varsity game. For me, Twickenham represents the home of Varsity, so it’s great to hear the contract has been extended.”The 138th Varsity match will take place on Thursday 6th December at its usual venue in Twickenham.Below is a link to Fred Dimbleby’s interview with Owens earlier this year:http://cherwell.org/2018/05/06/nigel-owens-i-dont-want-to-be-a-celebrity/last_img

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