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    #1315707 - 02/18/03 02:41 AM (13 years, 9 months ago)

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Re: Moldy soil [Re: failbot999]
    #1315751 - 02/18/03 03:37 AM (13 years, 9 months ago)

Yea, I think that would work.


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Re: Moldy soil [Re: failbot999]
    #1315982 - 02/18/03 06:50 AM (13 years, 9 months ago)

Then pasteurize it just to be safe.


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Re: Moldy soil [Re: failbot999]
    #1316044 - 02/18/03 07:24 AM (13 years, 9 months ago)

Heh heh, I had the same thing happen to me not too long ago when I accidentally watered my plants with the sugar water for my yeast... The plant pots got completly covered in cobweb. What I would do is spray the soil with h2o2 and water with a small amount (few drops) of dishsoap in it. This has always helped me out with many soil bound pests. I had one pot that was just rediculously coated with the mold so I mixed in a small amount of alcohol and applied with an eyedropper, it worked but I dont recommend this method, it may not be healthy for your plants.

This was of course used soil, already had been planted. Every damn one of my plants survived, and the cobweb is history. Plus, I have been watering my plants with a small amount of h2o2 in the water for years to help add o2 to the roots. Thats my little secret to better yeilds from small pots  :wink: If it is unused you could just bake it in an oven, but you may kill beneficial microbes that will help break down the soil into nutrients for you plants.


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