Has anybody tried baking soda to prevent powdery mildew on peony

Joopster(5 (Chicago))October 1, 2013

Has anybody tried baking soda to prevent powdery mildew on peony and hydrangea? Did it work for you?

1 tablespoon of baking soda
� teaspoon of liquid soap
1 gallon of water

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Sorry, not me. That's at least 1 advantage of living in such an arid state, no plant mold or mildew issues.

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