Baking soda on plants for fungus

There are several plant diseases that attack both flowers and vegetable plants.  If this happens, use baking soda on plants for fungus


Use baking soda to treat powdery mildew

Baking soda has long been used to treat powdery mildew on plants. It will act more as a preventative than a solution once the plant has been affected.

Baking soda as a fungal spray for tomato plants

Be sure to test this on one or two leaves first and wait 48 hours before spraying your whole plant

Hanging Ceramic  Pot Set

Or if you want to hang a bunch of small succulents in one single planter, this one includes four mini ceramic pots in color combos ranging from fall tones to pastels

Using baking soda  as a garden  cleaner

Baking soda has long been used for general cleaning purposes. It absorbs odors and can be used alone or with other products as a cleaner in the garden and outside the home.

Baking soda to freshen garden  recycle bins

I use large garden recycling bins to hold my yard waste for our trash pick up day. The city collects it and turns it into mulch.

Make a baking soda hand cleaner/odor absorber

Clean your hands in warm soapy water and then rub baking soda on them after a day in the garden.  Rinse well.

Plant Hanger

If you're looking for straps with a little more contrast in the design, consider this leather hanger.

Baking soda to clean garden furniture

For really dirty outdoor items, make a mix of baking soda and castile soap into a paste and use it to clean the furniture

Cleaning clay pots with baking soda

Cleaning your potting bench with baking soda

Clean a bird bath  with baking soda

Baking soda is a very effective cleaning tool indoors and can also be used in the bird bath.

Use baking soda to make a  plant fertilizer

Baking soda on its own can’t be used to fertilize plants, but you can use it with other products to make a good replacement for Miracle Gro garden fertilizer.

Baking soda weed killer – (preventer)

Use baking soda full strength on weed in cracks on a patio or walkway.

Baking soda as a crabgrass killer

Crabgrass can grow on lawns, in garden beds and in driveways. This weed killing trick works well.

Baking soda for garden pests

Ants, silverfish and cock roaches are just a few of the insects that don’t like baking soda. Sprinkle baking soda on the soil in your garden