Make stinging nettle for aphids and weeds

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Many instructions use different names for the individual approaches and lifetimes of chopped nettles in water and swear on one or the other variant. The difference between a nettle, a broth and a stinging nettle is not that big:
  • even a brief application in cold water releases ingredients that are effective in combating pests (called nettle or cold water extract)
  • subsequent boiling of this mixture is usually referred to as nettle broth (hot water extract or tea)
  • The boil up of large quantities of nettle-water mixture is usually very cumbersome
  • in the case of the stinging nettle, the mixture has stood for at least two weeks in a warm, sunny place and fermentation is complete
  • Stinging nettle can also be used to control aphids and weeds
  • only diluted (at least 1:10) on the plants spray or pour
Tip: Cold extracts, teas and broths (hot extracts) of stinging nettle do not smell so strict, so they are particularly suitable for indoor plants.
Nettle Sud is ideal for the biological control of sucking pests and weeds in the garden. There are several ways to make the mixture. Soaked in cold water, the nettle stock can be used undiluted within one to two days. Infusions of hot water and nettle jellies are just as effective as alternatives. However, they must be diluted with water at least 1: 5 before use to be sprayed or poured onto the leaves of the plants.

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