Boost Plant Health
Do your plants look limp and lifeless? Try boosting them with a dose of Hydrogen Peroxide 3% - Plant Care PlusTM. While this solution may look like water, this powerful product benefits plants much more than regular H20. Hydrogen peroxide is a chemical compound, yet it biodegrades into just water and oxygen and is naturally found in rainwater. Have you ever noticed that your plants seem to grow an inch after a good rain? You’re not imagining it! Studies have shown that rainwater benefits plants more than regular tap water due to its hydrogen peroxide content. By spraying your plants with this gentle solution, you’re replicating the natural composition of raindrops—and plants absolutely thrive on it.
Simply follow these steps:
In a watering can, combine 2 tablespoon (30ml) of Hydrogen Peroxide 3% – Oxygen Plus for PlantsTM with every litre of water.
Use this solution for every watering or every other watering.
Hydrogen peroxide (H202) is similar in chemical structure to water (H20)—the difference is that hydrogen peroxide contains two oxygen atoms instead of one. Although hydrogen peroxide is not a fertilizer, it works in a similar way when sprayed onto your plants. The additional oxygen atom found in hydrogen peroxide helps plants’ roots better absorb nutrients from the surrounding soil which leads to faster, healthier, and more vigorous growth over time. A diluted hydrogen peroxide solution is beneficial to plants at any stage in their growth cycle, from seedlings to fully mature plants.
Hydrogen Peroxide 3% - Plant Care PlusTM comes with the added benefit of ridding your plants’ soil of harmful bacteria or fungus that can slow their growth. When sprayed on plants infected with mildew or mould, a diluted mixture of hydrogen peroxide will nip these invaders in the bud immediately.
Hydrogen peroxide has also been shown to speed up seed germination, treat root rot, rid water of chlorine, and even fend off gnats. To put it simply: hydrogen peroxide is a plant’s best friend and a must-have in your plant-care arsenal.