What organisms may be killed if a farmer sprayed insecticides?
Why after a tomato plant was sprayed with insecticide everyday to kill worms after the worms were killed plants looked healthier but yield of tomatoes fell smaller?
Insecticides usually kill every bug, including the beneficial ones your plant needs, like bees. Spraying insecticide also wets the plant. The tomato plant's flowers needs to be dry in order to function properly. Using insecticides, including organically-based ones, should always be used as a last resort.
Removing eggs and bugs manually from plants and treating with organic insecticides such as diatomaceous earth, pyrethrin and pyrethrum are ways by which squash bugs (Coreidae family) may be killed organically. Specifically, manual removal works best early in the season and with fewer numbers of plants. The bug stage often hides at the plant's base. So that is where the insecticides need to be applied.
No! No human, farmer or not, could kill a black bear with a knife because they could get injured or killed themselves if they attempted to do such an idiotic thing. If a black bear is getting in the graineries or trying to kill a calf or a lamb, the farmer had better have a rifle on hand to shoot the bear with, not a knife.
In fable 2 how do you do the farmer giles quest cold comfort farmer coz on mine his grave is right next to the thing saying he died what do i do?
What kinds of organisms survived the mass extinction that killed the dinosaursWhat kinds of organisms survived the mass extinction that killed the dinosaursWhat kinds of organisms survived the mass ex?
Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction event was one of the most important events in Earth history. When a massive asteroid fell on the coast of Yucatan in modern Mexico it eradicated about half of all animal species, including the dinosaurs. But many of other organisms, such birds, survived. Also survived many organisms with light mass: early mammals, insects, some reptiles, etc.