Why I Stick To The Old Ways In Farming || Ash Method Of Eradicating Pest, Diseases With More Effective Growth Rate

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Hello Everyone ๐Ÿ’• ๐Ÿ’ž,

This is a great opportunity to inform this great community that farming techniques differ from individuals and from also state or country depending on how suitable the weather condition is. But as for here in Osun state Nigeria I prefer going with the old way of farming practices with effective application method of growing crops so fast reaching its natural maturity stage without any negative thought and effect.

Why I said this was because I found out that using the newage method of application of pesticides and insecticide brings about damages to gardening generally speaking with high negative effect on plant, man and soil itself. I saw couple of time where farmer will apply the modern day pesticides on plant and it burns the plant including the soil ecosystem. Why are we using the high power pesticides on plant then? I came into conclusion that I will be on the other side of the farming system using the old method even when people mock at me I will not look back at all. (dedicated).

The use of ash is very good, realiable , effective, stress-free and also easily seen although you have to go into some big restaurant to collect the ash if needed in large quantities. I have used this on several planted crops and I have a huge load of positive feedback for this just among others Eggplant, maize, African Spinach Vegetable, jute Vegetable and so on.







Using the ash method needs some professional touches in the sense that all kinds of charcoal should be seive maybe with hand or rubber hand sieve to make your work looks more professional. After that, this process too is very necessary, the packing of soil around the plant and make a hip of soil to support the plant to gain access to more natural nutrients.




When this is done you see your plant growth shoot up more quickly than what you can ever imagine of. I have practice this alot of times and it worked well with few weeks.

When you see your planted crops been damage with spotted leaves all around by catapillar and more , you need to go the old way method.









These are signs of being affected by pest and diseases in no time, don't waste your time before it get more worse than this.

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Beer, coffee and a net can work too. I never used pesticides. Might be some farmers here but what they grow looks terrible. Goodluck. ๐Ÿ’•

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Thanks for stopping by and for Commenting. Yes, that was why I said techniques differ from each other ranging from farmers to farmers

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It's good not to stick to rules if something else works way better. The old fashioned way worked great and was way healthier. ๐Ÿ’•

Absolutely Yes ๐Ÿ‘

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Beer, coffee and a net can work too. I never used pesticides. Might be some farmers here but what they grow looks terrible. Good luck. ๐Ÿ’•

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