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Post  dstack 7/26/2021, 8:37 pm

I know it's been a while since I've made a video. I've been a bit overwhelmed trying to keep up with the garden projects. Laughing

This is a first in a new series on Organic Pest & Disease Control. I should mention that you can just as well replace Cease with Monterey® Complete Disease Control. They both work well with MilStop.



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Post  markqz 7/27/2021, 2:27 pm

Nice video!

I haven't made up my mind on neem oil. It seems like it helps sometimes as a preventative if applied while the plant is still healthy enough. But like you said, if it's applied to plants already under attack it seems to stress them more.

Small correction: Baking soda is Basic, not Acidic.

I see lots of gardening tip videos out there. What I almost never see is comparisons where one technique is used on one set of plants, and another on an other set, and a final set of plants that's a control group. The milk solution is supposedly supported by actual research, but that research ended in 1945. Of course, this would require more investment in space then most small gardeners could afford.


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Post  dstack 7/27/2021, 3:06 pm

markqz wrote:Nice video!

I haven't made up my mind on neem oil. It seems like it helps sometimes as a preventative if applied while the plant is still healthy enough. But like you said, if it's applied to plants already under attack it seems to stress them more.

Small correction: Baking soda is Basic, not Acidic.

I see lots of gardening tip videos out there. What I almost never see is comparisons where one technique is used on one set of plants, and another on an other set, and a final set of plants that's a control group. The milk solution is supposedly supported by actual research, but that research ended in 1945. Of course, this would require more investment in space then most small gardeners could afford.


Thanks for the correction on the baking soda. One of the most popular garden YouTubers said that it was acidic, and I went with that without checking into it further. 🤦‍�

I have heard for years that this mixture takes the leaf surface out of the pH level that fungi requires to spread. Do you know about that?
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Post  dstack 7/27/2021, 5:31 pm

Fortunately I was able to remove that sentence from the video, although it may take some an hour or so before the change goes public. 

And I found this from MIGardener.com: "How it works: Baking Soda works by creating an alkaline environment on the leaf, and fungus (powdery mildew and blight are both fungi) cannot colonize the surface of the leaf since they need a neutral pH (around 7.0) to survive and thrive."
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