I've been hearing Howard talk about the plant wash and I got ahold of the product. The information on the label is a bit vague as to what the plant wash actually does, but I am going to try it for the fungal diseases I'm seeing on my tomatoes.
Question is, can I use this in conjuction with other measures, such as Garrett Juice (or other seaweed/fish/molasses mixture), garlic, potassium bicarbonate, etc? I wonder if I should spray this on every plant in my garden that has foliage issues? I would like to know more about the product and who has used it, purposes, results, etc.
(I am referring to the Soil Mender brand of plant wash.)
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Plant Wash can be mixed with other products. It works by setting up a condition that the disease organisms can't tolerate. It does the same for many insect pest problems without hurting the beneficials. That's the part I don't totally understand yet. I do know that it works extremely well on disease problems such as powdery mildew on crape myrtles, sooty mold on citrus and blackspot on roses.
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