How To Apply Rabbit Urine As Pesticide

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How To Apply Rabbit Urine As Pesticide

 

Rabbit urine can also be used as an organic pesticide. The difference between synthetic pesticides and organic pesticides is just their reaction with the target pests.

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Synthetic pesticides kill the pests which, at times, may be beneficial to the plants in terms of pollination while organic pesticides repel the pests from the plant. Rabbit urine is an organic pesticide as it repels the insect pests through its pungent smell.

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Rabbit urine repels insect pests like aphids, mites, bugs, leaf miners, bugs and other crop pests of economic importance. You can only enjoy the pesticide effect of rabbit urine when you apply using the foliar application. It does the work of fertilizer and pest control.

Advantages of using rabbit urine as fertilizers and pesticides

The following are the merits of using rabbit urine as fertilizers and pesticides:

It can be cheaply sourced

It contains a high level of nitrates, which the plants can derive enough nitrogen from.

It is environmental friendly and non-toxic.

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Rabbit production can be very lucrative as it can create multiple streams of income; if you rear rabbit for meat, you can as well try to add the urine as an additional enterprise and source of income. Even if you do not have the passion for crop production, you can sell to organic crop farmers at reasonable prices.

With rabbit urine, the problem of fertilization and pest attack in organic farming can be resolved at a low cost

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