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Fly like bugs...white bumped insects
March 15, 2013
11:32 am
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kris
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HI Guys

I see two major probs in my balcony...

1. I found small fly like insects in the pots...I use cocpeat & compost as potting mix, and occasionally use panchagavya as nutrient as well as fertilizer. but these flies are having no influence of panchagavya i guess, they are happily njoying in my pots. I have small chrysantimum, other two hybrid chrysantimum, bouganvillea, tulsi, december flower plants, capsicum plants in three pots. etc

2. I found small white bumped insects on December flower. Usually I saw this type of an insect in hibiscus, guava, etc...they multiply like anything in few days.

 

GG help me in getting ride of these insects

I'm also facing prob with piegons, they are plucking leaves/stems of chrysantimum, capsicum plants... read a conversation between GG and Satish (delhi), found an interesting gift wrapping sheet which helped satish, would try it.

 

Krishna

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August 10, 2013
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