Easy homemade mold and pest spray

You bet!

Castile soap, food grade potassium bicarbonate and neem oil are all non-toxic to plants, pets or humans.

In fact the potassium is good for dollar feeding during flowering - too much will cause nutrient burn on leaves.

The way I see it if a couple weeks to harvest - I’ll risk some burned up fan and sugar leaves if I can keep but rot spores at bay.

If you have pests and creepy crawlers the need oil will keep them away so don’t be afraid to add to mix if you have to go nuclear.

Having at least some useable return on all your hard work is better than nada!

Even if you have to harvest with only white hairs and clear trichomes.

You can’t worry about ideal ripeness when you have botrytis infections.

Even if you remove infected colas chances are spores are elsewhere

Good Luck!

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High,
What is the ratio of distilled water and hydrogen peroxide?
Thanks in advance
Happy growin
Ger

I don’t use water and peroxide so I don’t know.

I stick with water, Castile soap and potassium bicarbonate mix for botrytis.

28-32 oz sprayer filled with water, 1 teaspoon soap and 1 teaspoon potassium bicarbonate. Sometimes I only use a half teaspoon of soap if I’m spraying daily.

I’ve read where some have substituted sodium bicarbonate for potassium - but I haven’t tried that — or any peroxide mixes — on plants myself.

High,
Thanks
Happy growin
Ger

Around 1 cup of 3% in 5 gallons of water.

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Thanks looking back, it was so wet this summer I really got lucky ! I grew in containers.next year I’ll follow your advice and get preventative !

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