Baking Soda?

ceresone(missouri ozarks)November 10, 2010

Will this work as a organic fungicide to add to the peat moss for Dahlias in storage?

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I have never heard of baking soda being used as a fungicide. I have heard of Cinnamon being used.

FWIW, most growers do not use peat moss for storing tubers. It tends to pull out the moisture. You could search the forum other techniques. They have been fully discussed.


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