Use Baking Soda Against Acidic Soils And Fungal Growth

Baking soda - you use this to clean a lot of places in your home but did you know about that it can be used in your garden too? That’s right! This gardening hack is all about using baking soda for different ways, such as a pesticide, herbicide, and fertilizer. Here are just some of the things you can do with it: It does a great job of keeping the pests away specifically ants and prevents fungal diseases such as powdery mildew. Contratry to many hacks out there, applying baking soda onto crab grass or weeds won’t necessarily kill them. It will instead prevent their growth and development, allowing them to come back later.

The most interesting hack you can do with baking soda is apply is to your garden to sweeten tomatoes and freshen up a compost pile! How do these work? For sweetening tomatoes, baking soda decreases the acidity in soils making the fruits become less sour and more sweet! As for your compost pile, it’ll remove that the smell of decay and reduce the risk of flies in your garden!

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