Mar 24, 2014 ... Plants can't tell the difference between nitrogen from milk, manure or ...
Commercial fertilizer also does not build soil structure, but manure does. ..... If the
sugars are killing insects – give me a reference to support your claim!
Feb 6, 2001 ... Full Question: For my science fair project, I watered 1 inch tall plants with orange,
apple, and grape juice, milk and tea. I used 1/4 c of liquid ...
Using undiluted milk can often kill plants, because the high protein, fat and
nutrient content encourages the growth of other bacteria and fungi detrimental to
May 13, 2009 ... So milk can be a tomato plant fertilizer: Sprinkle a quarter to a half cup of ... What
else does milk do for plants? ... Fungicides rarely kill fungi.
May 18, 2012 ... For the infected plants, powdery mildew cripples its ability to conduct ... It does
not matter if the milk you use is skim or whole because it is the protein rather than
the ..... It also kills leaf curl on my peach trees and fruit trees.
Most of the ingredients found in milk are not required by plants. Fat, lactose and
carbohydrates ... Can hard water kill plants? Should cactus plants ... Does it
change anything if I water only the soil of a plant and not the plant itself? Are
there any ...
Apr 27, 2014 ... Give them a nice cup of tea... with a glass of milk to follow! ... reduce cases of '
damping-off' — a horticultural disease that weakens or kills seeds ...
With no remaining plants in that area, what can I spray to kill the spores in the dirt
and ... If I use milk I eliminate powdery mildew on be squash, does that affect ...
Apr 18, 2014 ... Unsulfured molasses is made from mature sugar cane, which does not ....
Improving the soil and brix level of the plants will kill off aphids, that I ...
Spray the plants once a week to kill the mold and on new growth to prevent it
from becoming infected. Milk -- It Does a Plant Good. Dilute milk in a spray bottle