1 Quart water
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon cooking oil
A few drops of dishwash liquid (to emulsify the oil)
(Use spray without diluting)
Better results are obtained by first vigorously hosing the surface of
the leaves to remove loose spores.##
I greatly appreciate the comments from everyone around the world on
Sanet-mg. The common thread in all recipes seems to be baking soda.
Some people have said that oil helps by making the mixture cling to the
leaves and have also recommended dishwash liquid, which helps disperse
the oil and add pesticidal properties.
I wonder is I could use a non or less toxic dishwash liquid, such as
Seventh Generation or EcoCover, as I am trying to reduce the toxic
chemicals which enter sewage treatment plants from my home. After all,
chemicals which we and industries use, we will soon eat under the
current and proposed USDA regulations.
Thanks, once again, everyone for your assistance.
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