Baking soda in the garden, 10 uses that you didn’t yet know for your plants


Baking soda in the garden: here are ten uses that you didn’t yet know for your plants and flowers: try it now.

We often use it in the kitchen and bathroom to remove limescale deposits or to combat the smell of sewage coming from the shower and sink drain pipes. We are talking about bicarbonate, which can also be used in the garden. It’s a secret that many nurseries and florists put into practice to maintain the freshness of cut flowers and also to counteract the formation of germs and bacteria which nestle on the walls of the vase. Let’s find out what are the ten uses of baking soda for your plants that you didn’t know yet.

Baking soda: what is it?
We all know sodium bicarbonate , which is a sodium salt of carbonic acid. It is often used by food companies with the abbreviation E 500 as an EU codified food additive. In addition to being a food additive, sodium bicarbonate is used for digestive, cleansing, whitening, therapeutic and exfoliating purposes.

Among the side effects deriving from the use of bicarbonate we include: fatigue, vomiting, hypertension, nausea, edema and excessive thirst.

Sodium bicarbonate in the garden: uses you didn’t know about
There are ten uses for baking soda that you didn’t know about that you can use in your garden.

Sodium bicarbonate is a valuable low-cost remedy that can be used in gardening practices and in growing your own vegetable garden.

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