Sea-90’s trace elements help the crepe myrtle…
A homeowner in Malibu California asked Andy Lopez the garden specialist with The Malibu Times for help fighting ambrosia beetles that had infested his crepe myrtles.
Andy’s answer: “….I would start with a mineral-rich compost tea. It is essential that the mineral sources have a broad blend of trace minerals. I would recommend trying SEA-90 produced by SeaAgri.com By spraying the tree and trunk, you will not only be getting minerals into the tree, but you will also be spraying the beetles with the microbes and this will affect the beetles. This should be done twice a month at minimum but I would do it every week for a few months. Also, applying rock dust, compost and mulching over top should be done twice per year…”
Read the full article about how Sea-90 is integral for root health and preventing these pests.