A plant affected by spider mite fungus
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Use This Handy Kitchen Ingredient
To Get Rid
Of Fungus In Your Garden
Fungal attacks in your garden can look like necrosis, powdery mildew, rotting, leaf blight, and much more. Before they ravage your garden, banish them with baking soda and soap.
Mix a teaspoon of baking soda with three drops of dish liquid soap and a liter of water. Pour it into a spray bottle and spray affected plants and grass to inhibit fungi activity.
Most fungi variants survive
in highly acidic environments, but baking soda, being alkaline, increases the pH
of the surface, making
the living conditions
unfavorable for the fungi.