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provides the potential for increasing the incomes of farmers while providing options for pest management which can reduce insecticide use. She adds, however, that his cropping system of intercropping lemon grass with eggplant needs further evaluation on a larger scale as both economic and ecological conditions must be fully evaluated before an economic intercropping-based commercial production scheme can be recommended.
Anyway, why can’t we small gardeners also do our own testing? Let’s do it! WEEDS are aggressively persistent. They grow and re-grow around and in between valuable crops and plants, stealing nutrients in the process. Grass and weeds remain a major problem for farmers and the green-thumbed, and if left unchecked, they will have costly effects. The Nexpro Brushcutter is lightweight, affordable, and low on fuel consumption; the manufacturer assures that their brushcutters can get the job done without sacrificing quality and performance. From small grass to taller-than-man weeds, Nexpro Brushcutters are an excellent alternative to land mowers that have limited capabilities and are expensive.
It offers different blades to fit every job requirement. There is a 2-teeth blade for clearing the hearty foliage along fence lines that can’t be reached by mowers and tractors. There is also a saw blade for areas that will level branches and saplings, convenient for areas where a chainsaw is impractical to use. Then there is the nylon cutter blade can be used for simple soft green weed cutting, also perfect for trimming ornamental grasses and plants.
“You’ll need a brushcutter to finish the work for those hardto-reach areas where a land mower can’t get through or even for small plant trimmings. Especially if those wild plants are a few feet high and had clumped together,” said Mr. Wendy de Mesa, sales manager of My Happy Farmer. “What’s really good about these NEXPRO brushcutters is that you can easily switch out the trimmer blade heads depending on how tall the grasses are or how big the diameter is.”
Aside from the product’s complete line of spare parts being readily available, the NEXPRO Brushcutter has a NX2411 engine with a highly efficient fuel cycle and a high revolution speed.
For more information about NEXPRO Brushcutters, please contact Rommel Lopez at 0932.854.0945 or send a message at www.facebook.com/myhappyfarmer.
The EFSB larva is the worm you see inside the fruit.
Intercropping radish helps drive the pests away.
This is the moth that lays its eggs in the fruit and shoots of the eggplant that become the larvae that damage the crop.