Who would have thought that you could use baking soda in your garden! I love these ideas, they are great! I cannot wait for spring to test them out!
Make Your Tomatoes Sweeter
Sprinkling baking soda around the plant will help to keep P.H. levels low, making your tomatoes sweeter.
Get Rid Of Slugs
Pour baking soda directly on the slugs creating havoc in your garden. The baking soda will cause them to dry out. Idea from Do It Yourself.
Crabgrass is the bane of my existence. Wet the crabgrass and then sprinkle with baking soda. It will take a few days, but the crabgrass will die. Tip from Mothers Home.
Keep Flowers Alive Longer
Add a few teaspoons of baking soda to a vase of fresh cut flowers. This will ensure that they stay fresh longer. Tip from Dig In Colorado.
Pouring baking soda into the cracks of cement acts as a preventative measure to get rid of those pesky weeds.
Sprinkling baking soda throughout the soil of your garden will prevent pests from munching on your plants! Idea from Natural News.
Use 4 teaspoons of baking soda with a gallon of water, and you have an all natural fungicide. This amazing idea is from Gardening Know How.
Banish Composting Stench
If you are a composter, chances are, you have dealt with your face share of stinky compost! Use baking soda to tame these odors!
Image from Marias Farm Country.
Baking soda is a great way to clean bird baths! There are no toxic chemicals!
Image from Birdman USA
Clean Your Hands
Get rid of all that gardening gunk, Use baking soda to wash your hands after you are done working in the garden.
Image from Wise Geek.
Anthony Street says
Can you spray diluted baking powder onto tomatoes.