You will need
  • - ash;
  • - tobacco dust;
  • ground pepper;
  • - vinegar;
  • - acrylic;
  • - Laundry soap;
  • the tops of the tomatoes.
Cruciferous flea beetles are very afraid of ash because they can't move and die. Sprinkle the seedlings or the germination kiln wood ashes immediately after planting in the garden. In addition, it will serve as fertilizer. The disadvantage of this method of struggle against cruciferous flea beetles is that if it rains, it will wash away the ashes from the leaves.
You can spray the garden beds tobacco dust, mixing it with ground pepper. But be sure to tie a handkerchief mouth and nose, and eye cover glasses. Also be careful if you have allergies or bronchial asthma.
Cover cabbage seedlings or sprouts of radishes with radish acrylic. This is such a non-woven material, it is very easy pervious to light and air. Choose the acrylic thin. When the plants grow stronger and the leaves have become tougher, the cover can be removed - cruciferous flea beetles can't hurt.
To get rid of cruciferous flea beetles will help the vinegar. Dissolve in 10 l of water 0.5 l vinegar 9% concentration. Spray landing in the evening as in this case, the solution won't evaporate.
Another cruciferous flea afraid infusion of tomato leaves. Pour 4 kg of laterals from tomatoes 10 liters of water and soak 4 hours. Then cook for 2 hours and cool. Before use, dilute in half with clean water and add 10 liters of the prepared solution of 40 grams of household soap. If no fresh tomato leaves, take 2 kg of dry.