10 Smart Uses of Baking Soda for your Garden!

Yep, baking soda is definitely helpful for everything. From baking a fresh batch of cookies to your precious garden and plants. Don’t underestimate what this one ingredient can do! Go greener with these tips that you might want to keep forever!

1. Sweeten Your Tomatoes

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Now, if you’re keeping a tomato plant then you want it to be sweeter when you use it for cooking. For some fresh and juicy tomato, sprinkle some baking soda around the plant’s soil to enhance it!

2. Cabbage Worms

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No one likes insects wandering around their plants, right? Pests ruin the state of your plant and happiness so cabbage worms can say bye-bye and hello to baking soda! Start by applying baking soda on the plants that had been affected by cabbage worms, it will surely help to kill the cabbage worms.

3. Other Pesky Bugs

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Not just cabbage worms, any kind of bugs might as well just ruin the state of your garden. Consider baking soda by dusting it all around the garden or the perimeter with a flour sifter to avoid them.

4. Dusty Houseplants

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If your houseplants are looking a little bit dusty, lightly apply the baking soda on the plants with warm water to make them look brand new!

5. Bye-bye Fungus!

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No one likes their plants to be affected by fungus! To protect your infected plants, mix baking soda with some water and apply it on the infected plant. It may not help to make it disappear but it will at least make it harder for it to be affected after it.

6. No Weeds please!

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Weeds may appear when you least expect it, so to prevent it, simply pour some baking soda on where it grows like in the crack of your sidewalk.

7. Compost

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Composting is a good method to save the earth, so if it starts to smell or let out an odor, best to sprinkle some baking soda onto your compost bin or pile! Sorry neighbours for the smell!

8. Fresh Cut Flowers

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Just finished cutting your flowers so you can have it displayed on your kitchen counter or the living room? When you’re preparing it, fill the vase with some water and add in 1 teaspoon of baking soda.

9. Clean your Garden Pots!

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Make a paste out of baking soda and water before rubbing on your clay pots. This will help to clean the salt marks when you leave it for 20 minutes before rinsing. Make sure the consistency of the paste is similar to a lotion consistency!

10. Clean your hands!

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Last but not least, after all those tricks with the baking soda, you can start cleaning your hands with it! Just simply pour it onto your hands with some water, wash and scrub like normal before rinsing. Now, all your hard work is paid off!

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