Solve Garden Problems With Baking Soda

Solve Garden Problems With Baking Soda

Amber Byfield
Jun 21, 2010

We all know how invaluable baking soda is in the kitchen and bathrooms (and come to think of it, really, all around the house), so it may not come as a surprise to you that it can also be used in the garden to solve some very common pesky problems. There it goes again, taking care of common household maladies one hearty sprinkle at a time.

Over at Planet Green, they've put together a list of four ways baking soda can benefit your garden.

One tip we've already tried—making anti-fungal spray for plants with baking soda—but the rest, including using it as a weed killer and caterpillar thwarter are news to us.

Find all four tips (and why they work) at Planet Green.

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