Baking Soda Pesticide For Plants | Appakkaram

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★ Sodium bicarbonate ★ Pest control ★ Raise pH of acidic soil
★ Weed killers ★ Insect repellents ★ Seed treatments
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Description

Sodium bicarbonate is commonly known as baking soda. It can be used a leavening agent for baked goods, a stain remover in toothpaste, and can make a great household cleaner when mixed with vinegar.

  • Treating fungal and other diseases
  • As a natural outdoor cleaner
  • Deodorizing garden tools
  • To make weed killers
  • Testing soil for pH
  • Insect repellents
  • Reviving plants and flowers
  • Treating sunburn

Here are some methods for applying baking soda in farming:

  1. Fungicide: To create a fungicidal spray, mix about 1 tablespoon of baking soda with 1 gallon of water and a few drops of liquid soap. Spray this solution onto plants affected by fungal diseases such as powdery mildew or black spot.
  2. pH Adjustment: Baking soda can help adjust soil pH levels, making it more alkaline. However, it should be used cautiously as excessive use can lead to soil alkalinity. Conduct a soil test to determine the pH level before applying baking soda and follow recommended application rates.
  3. Pesticide: Mix a small amount of baking soda with water and spray it directly onto affected plants. This method may work by desiccating the outer layer of pests.
  4. Weed Control: Apply a solution of baking soda and water directly onto weeds, particularly in areas where you want to avoid chemical herbicides.
  5. Seed Treatment: Some farmers use a baking soda solution to treat seeds before planting to protect against fungal infections and improve germination rates. Soak seeds in a solution of baking soda and water for a few hours before planting.
  6. Livestock: Baking soda can be added to livestock feed in small amounts to help with digestion and to prevent acidosis in ruminants such as cattle. Consult with a veterinarian or animal nutritionist for appropriate dosage and usage.
  7. Livestock Bedding: Baking soda can also be used as a natural deodorizer and moisture absorber in livestock bedding. Sprinkle a thin layer of baking soda over the bedding material to help control odors and maintain a drier environment for animals.

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