Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Peroxide #3 . . .

#3 Protect Your Garden

Many things can be detrimental to your carefully tended garden, including insects, mildew, and root rot. Spraying plants—or soaking seeds before planting—with hydrogen peroxide could deter hungry animals and insects and prevent fungus from flourishing on both leaves and roots. 

Sfgate.com recommends combining 1 ounce of 40-percent strength hydrogen peroxide with 1 gallon fresh water for use as a gardening solution.

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for the tip Marge. I got my first rose bloom, but I think I have aphids too.

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  2. Great tip. I don't like the idea of using chemicals. Have a great day.

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