Baking soda, or sodium bicarbonate, has been touted as an effective and safe fungicide on the treatment of powdery mildew and several other fungal diseases. Recent studies confuse the efficiency of using this common household item. The compound seems to prevent some fungal spore flare ups but doesn’t kill the spores.
HOW TO PREPARE
The best concentration of baking soda is a 1 percent solution. The remainder of the solution can be water, but coverage on the leaves and stems is better if some horticultural oil or soap is added to the mixture.
HOW TO USE
Use the spray over the affected areas of the plant whenever required
Effective treatment for treatment of powdery mildew and several other fungal diseases.