The traditional, time-tested methods of our ancestors can come in handy when we try to grow our own plants.

Instead of going for the commercially sold plant protection products, we can try making various herbal decoctions, pickles, infusions and extracts that will keep our plants disease-free just as effectively.

From time to time, every plant-growing enthusiast will encounter problems with pests or plant diseases. The first and most available option for them is to start protecting their plants with chemical plant protection products.

These products, however, come with a few risks – the pests might develop a resistance to them, for instance, or they could leave residue on plants that we grow for food.

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