Explore these six natural methods to protect your tomatoes, providing an eco-friendly approach for all gardeners:

  1. Ash-Infused Water:
    • Take 500 grams of ash and place it in a large bowl.
    • Pour 5 liters of boiling water over the ash.
    • Once the ash settles, transfer the water to another container.
    • Add 5 liters of rainwater and use it to water your tomatoes.
  2. Nettle Solution:
    • Fill a 10-liter container with fresh nettles (without flowers and roots).
    • Pour lukewarm water over them and let it sit for 7-10 days.
    • Use the nettle-infused water to water your tomatoes.
  3. Brewer’s Yeast Formula:
    • Place half a mug of sugar in a 3-liter container.
    • Mix in 100 grams of brewer’s yeast.
    • Fill the container with water and bring it to a boil.
    • After a week, add a glass of this yeast preparation to 10 liters of water and water the base of your tomato plants.
  4. Milky Solution:
    • Mix 1 liter of any type of milk with 9 liters of water.
    • Add 30 drops of iodine tincture to the mixture.
    • Use this solution to water your plants for 7-10 days.
  5. Baking Soda Spray:
    • Dissolve 1-2 teaspoons of baking soda in 1 liter of lukewarm water.
    • Use this solution to water your tomatoes.
    • Alternatively, sprinkle ash on the leaves.
  6. Banana Peel Enrichment:
    • Don’t discard banana peels, as they are rich in magnesium and potassium.
    • Grind the banana peels and spread them near the roots of your plants to promote strong growth and healthy fruit production.