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Rimbey, Alberta

February 21, 2011
10:41 AM

Post #8384502

When ever I have a plant that is having problems, I use peroxide 3 per cent
and water. This seems to balance the soil and whatever is wrong with the
plant. Has anyone else ever tried this?
(Pam) Warren, CT
(Zone 5b)

February 22, 2011
1:51 AM

Post #8385742

I just started using it yesterday after I saw white fuzz on a couple of newly emerging tomato plants. I did a big online research about damping off and peroxide looked like a clear winner for that. Apparently it also fertilizes and helps strong root growth, so I'll be using it for everything.

I put 2 Tablespoons in a quart spray bottle and used it on all my seedlings. The fuzz is gone from the tomatoes and tney have sprung up beautifully. They are planted in pre-made coir cells in mini- greehouse containers, which I don't think I'll use again. I had the covers on for help with germination and I guess they got too wet. I prefer seed or potting mix and plastic containers, find them easier to control.

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