Pour 1 tablespoon of cinnamon powder into the stem of your plants and see what happens; 3:00 min.

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You'll Be Amazed With What Cinnamon Can Do To Your Garden; 3:21 min.

Natural Ways
Published on Oct 20, 2017
Cinnamon is a fantastic aromatic, which makes it great for baking and cooking, but this versatile spice isn't just for the kitchen! With origins dating back to as early as 2700 B.C., cinnamon is a popular spice all over the world for uses in cooking and medicine.
Once a very valuable trade commodity, you can find ground cinnamon and cinnamon sticks at most grocery stores at a fair price. You might want to stockpile the spice when you see everything it can do in your garden.

1.Cinnamon as rooting agent
Cinnamon as a rooting agent is as useful as willow water or hormone rooting powder. A single application to the stem when you plant the cutting will stimulate root growth in almost every plant variety. Give your cuttings for example rose cuttings a quick start with the help of cinnamon powder. Pour a spoonful onto a paper towel and roll damp stem ends in the powder before Planting the stems in fresh potting soil. The cinnamon will encourage the stem to produce roots and more stems, while helping to prevent the fungus that causes damping-off disease.

2.Protect seedlings from disease
The antifungal properties in cinnamon make it a great tool for protecting seedlings from rot and disease, also known as damping off. Keeping moisture at bay is key; dusting the seeds with cinnamon and using a doming tactic can protect the seeds until they grow.

3.Defeat fungus
When you sprinkle ground cinnamon on soil, it kills fungi. Take advantage of cinnamon fungicide control by making a cinnamon spray for plants. Stir some cinnamon powder into warm water and allow it to steep overnight. Strain the liquid through a coffee filter and put the results into a spray bottle. Spray the stems and leave of affected plants. You can use cinnamon to kill wild mushrooms too.

4.Heal sick plants
Try sprinkling cinnamon on a plant wound from cutting or other damage to speed up the healing process and protect it from further damage or disease.

5.Deter ants
If you have a problem with ants in your home or greenhouse, cinnamon is a good deterrent. Ants don’t like to walk where cinnamon powder lays, so ant problems will be decreased. Use cinnamon for pests inside and outside your house. Find their entryway and sprinkle cinnamon powder in the path. Cinnamon won’t kill the ants in your home, but it will help to keep them from coming inside. If you have a problem with ants in your child’s sandbox, mix a container of cinnamon powder with the sand, mixing it well. Ants will steer clear of the sand.

6.Keep mosquitoes away from the garden
Sprinkle a bit of cinnamon around your plants to keep mosquitoes and other bugs away. They don't like the strong smell of cinnamon, so you can enjoy your garden even at night in peace.
Have you tried using cinnamon in the garden?
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Place 2 Nails Beside Your Plants And See What Happens; 3:20 min.

Natural Ways
Published on Nov 3, 2017
Inspiration and usefulness often comes from strange and unusual places. Gardening is no exception to this. Over time, gardeners have dreamt up a weird array of garden hacks that actually work really well, as strange as they may seem.
Here are 9 weird or unusual household things that help out in the garden.

See what happens when you add epsom salt to your plants | Life well lived; 16:36 min.

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Published on Jul 24, 2017
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Important Aspirin, Epsom Salts and Tomato Update; 6:06 min.

Published on Jun 29, 2014
I mixed aspirin nd epsom salts in a bottle and applied both at once. i think this has damaged the tomatoes so don't apply these together, apply each a week apart from separate bottles.
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Aspirin: Tomato Disease Prevention by Using Aspirin to Trick Your Tomato - TRG 2012; 3:47 min.

Gary Pilarchik (The Rusted Garden)
Published on May 22, 2012
Use aspirin to mimic a tomato hormone that will boost your tomatoes defenses against disease. You basically trick your tomato into disease response mode and toughen it up before leaf spot, blights and other diseases arrive. Check out my YouTube channel for more vegetable disease tips.An organic approach.

VINEGAR in GARDENING - Top 10 Proven Benefits / Uses of Acetic Acid in Garden; 5:29 min.

Published on Sep 5, 2017
Todays episode is on the Top 10 uses of Vinegar in Gardening, listed and explained one by one.
Vinegar – chemically called Acetic Acid with the Chemical formula – CH3COOH (that means the elements are Carbon, Oxygen and Hydrogen in it). This is an inexpensive product and easily available and used in kitchen worldwide in a concentration of 5 percent generally and here we refer to the white vinegar or distilled vinegar.

So what are the actual proven uses of Vinegar or Acetic acid in Gardening. Lets list out one by one:

1. It Kills Weeds or unwanted grass when sprayed directly without diluting. This works very well in cracks and crevices. But you have to be careful when applying close to your favourite plants. The mechanism of action here is it dissolves the cell membranes resulting in desiccation of tissues and death of the plant.

2. To Drive away Ants around your plants. Just pour undiluted solution around the ant hills or around the plants / soil. If you have faced this problem practically and the difficulties when ants burrow around your favourite plant and you fear that your plant might be destroyed, you will realize the importance of this benefit.
3. To Drive away some animals like Cats and dogs who can damage your plants by digging the soil or breaking your soft plants and succulents. This is because of its pungent smell which animals hate. The hack here is to soak any cloth in vinegar and place in important areas in your garden.
4. It can be used to clean rust and dirt easily from your garden tools. Pour or dip the tool in vinegar for about 20 minutes.
5. TO preserve or Freshen up Cut Flowers or even liven drooping flowers – for this you make a solution of 2 tablespoons vinegar and 1 teaspoon sugar in 1 litre of water. Pour this in your vase or container.
6. You can also used to to clean Clay pots – immerse the pots in a vinegar solution 1: 2 or 1: 3 in water and clean after 20 to 30 minutes.
7. Insect Spray: Vinegar is an effective solution for eliminating garden insects. To create a vinegar spray that works on garden insects, combine three parts water with one part vinegar in a spray bottle and add a teaspoon of dishwashing or handwash detergent. Shake the spray bottle to mix the contents thoroughly before spraying on the plants. This is a very effective remedy to control white files and I have successfully used this on my hibiscus to eliminate white flies. This is also effective for eliminating fungus from your plant.
8. Drive away fruit flies from your fruit plants. You need to make a Vinegar bait with a cup of water and half a cup of vinegar, ¼ cup of sugar and 1 teaspoon of molasses. Mix it all together and put that solution in an empty container or tin can and hang it on affected fruit tree you’ll see how it will attract and trap them. The similar solution can be used for houseflies too.
9. Useful for Acidic PH loving plants like gardenias, hibiscus etc. Mix cup of white vinegar to a gallon of water and water you acid loving plants with this solution.
10. To Kill slugs and snails. spray the vinegar directly on the snails and wait. The vinegar will dissolve the snails. Also magnesium sulphate salt has similar effect on them.
So that was our episode on the benefits of Vinegar in gardening. If you like the video, please give it a thumbs up or like button and also subscribe to our channel to get notified whenever we upload a new video. Happy Gardening!

Soda Bikarbona - Best Uses For Baking Soda In The Garden;

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Published on Sep 6, 2017
Best Uses For Baking Soda In The Garden

1. Use it as a pesticide
Natural pest control is less expensive than buying pesticides, and it’s much safer for your garden, your family, the environment and wildlife. In North America, every year there are 136 million pounds of pesticides used on gardens and lawns. Surprisingly, homeowners are said to use about three times the amount pesticides as farmers, and the majority of wildlife as well as water contamination, is not from farms or other large organizations, it’s from single-family homes.

2. Testing the pH of your garden soil
Knowing your soil pH is the key to understanding whether essential minerals will be available to get to the roots of your plants, which is necessary for their survival.
According to The San Francisco Chronicle, “if you live in an area with alkaline soil — which has a pH above 7.0, you have two options. You can either take measures to lower the pH, or you can choose plants well-suited to growing in alkaline conditions. If you take the latter path, you have a wide variety of plants to choose from.”

3. Clean garden furniture, bird baths and clay pots
Baking soda can be used as a very effective cleaning tool that won’t harm birds and other wildlife as there are no toxic chemicals. Simply sprinkle it onto the item you want to clean and use a damp cloth to get rid of dirt, grime, and other debris. It’s mildly abrasive to peel off stains, yet it won’t scratch surfaces. Use water to rinse it clean, and it will be just like new – and, no harmful residue will be absorbed by the clay.
4. Get more beautiful blooms
For flowers that thrive in alkaline soil, such as hydrangeas, begonias, and geraniums, you can encourage them to bloom magnificently by using baking soda. Just dissolve a little baking soda in your water before giving them their regular drink.
When you’re ready to cut them, you can extend the life of your beautiful cut flowers by using the same combination – dropping them into a vase with a mixture of a bit of baking soda and water.

5. Eliminate slugs
If you want to get rid of slugs in your garden, remember, you don’t need to turn to pricey, hazardous chemicals when baking soda is around. Simply sprinkle baking soda right on them to kill them. You can also place a dusting on the soil around your plants to deter slugs from eating them – just be careful to avoid the plants themselves as putting baking soda on them directly will burn them.
6. Make your tomatoes sweeter
You can sweeten your tomatoes by lowering the acidity of the soil with baking soda. It also helps to discourage any pets. Simply sprinkle it lightly onto the soil they’re in and the baking soda will be absorbed into it, lowering the acidity level of the soil and the tomatoes for a sweeter, rather than a tart flavor.

7. Rejuvenate your plants
Baking soda can even give your plants a boost, rejuvenating them so that they’re lush and green once again. Combine a teaspoon of baking soda with a teaspoon of Epsom salt and a half teaspoon of ammonia in a gallon of water. Be sure to mix it well, and then give each of your plants about a quart of the solution. It serves as a fertilizer, perking up plants that are dull or are growing slowly.

9. Eradicate cabbage worms
Cabbage worms are one of the worst nightmares for a gardener as they can quickly wreak havoc throughout a garden, which means controlling them is a must for its health. The good news is that baking soda comes to the rescue once again as an effective solution for killing them

10. Smelly compost
To keep the smell from a compost pile under control, use a small amount of baking soda which will eliminate the odor and prevent acidity build up – just use it sparingly as too much can slow the composting process.
11. Preventing mildewing on leaves
You can spray a baking soda/water mixture on the leaves of plants to help prevent mildew by mixing a teaspoon of baking soda and a few drops of liquid soap into about a quart of water in a spray bottle. Spray the solution onto plants prone to mildew. This is highly effective on rose bushes, flowers, fruit trees and throughout a vegetable garden.

Anti Bela vas - Organic White Fly Control : How to get rid of Whiteflies

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Published on Mar 13, 2015
We show you how to get rid of white flies and aphids organically and easily in your garden without the use of any insecticides or pesticides. Products used: http://amzn.to/1Mzxwof
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4 Homemade Organic Pesticide Every Gardener Must Know; 3:45 min.

Natural Ways
Published on Jun 24, 2017
Homemade Organic Pesticide: Aphids, spider mites, and other pests can cause serious damage to flowers, fruits, and vegetables. These creatures attack your garden in swarms, literally draining the life from your crops and often inviting disease in the process. Many chemical pesticides can prove unsafe for the environment or may make fruits and vegetables unsafe for consumption, however. Thankfully, there are many homemade, organic options for you to turn to in your war against pests.

Remedy 1 using chilies & Garlic

• Combine 1/2 cup (113 grams) of hot peppers with 1/2 cup (113 grams) of garlic cloves or onions. You may also use both onions and garlic. All the vegetables should be chopped prior to use

• Blend the vegetables together in a blender to form a thick, chunky paste.

• Add the vegetable paste to half a liter of warm water mixing the ingredients together Thoroughly.

• Pour the solution into a plastic or glass container and allow it to sit for 24 hours. If possible, keep it in a sunny location. If not, at least keep the mixture in a warm spot.

• Next, Pour the solution through a strainer, removing the vegetables and collecting the vegetable-infused water into another container. This water is your pesticide.
• Pour your pesticide into a squirt bottle and spray on the affected plants

Remedy 2 using orange peels
• Peel an orange and Place the peels into a glass container and pour 2 cups (500 milliliters) of boiling water over the peels, Allowing the solution to sit in a warm spot for 24 hours.

• Next, Pour the solution into a strainer, removing the peels and saving the citrus-infused water

• Add a few drops of castile soap. Peppermint-scented castile soap may prove especially effective. Mix the solution thoroughly to combine

• Pour the pesticide into a large squirt bottle and Spray the entire plant to ward off most soft-bodied pests

Remedy 3 Using neem
• Combine 15 milliliters of neem oil with 1/2 teaspoon mild soap. Many believe neem oil, which comes from a bitter tree leaf, to be one of the most effective natural pesticides in existence

• Mix the neem and soap into 2 liters of warm water Stirring slowly but thoroughly.

• Pour the pesticide into a spray bottle and spray on spots where you can clearly see pests or signs of pests.

Remedy 4 using tobacco
• Mix 1 cup of tobacco into 2 liters of water.
• Sit the mixture out in the sun or in warm location, allowing it to rest for 24 hours.
• Check the color of the mixture. Ideally, the pesticide will look similar to the hue of a light tea. If it is too dark, dilute it with water. If it is too light to see, allow it to sit an additional few hours
• Add 3 tablespoons of mild liquid dish soap to the solution and Mix thoroughly.
• Pour the mixture into a large squirt bottle. Shake the solution inside the bottle once more to combine it further and spray on affected plants.

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