Disinfect Pots And Tools
Did you know that bacteria and other microorganisms can linger on your gardening tools and spread the disease to your healthy plants? If you discover a diseased plant or root rot, the pot and any tools you used to tend to the plants are likely covered in the disease-causing microorganisms, too. For example, all gardeners know that one of the best ways to prevent the spread of fungus and other plant diseases is to prune out the infected parts. However, once you make a cut in the diseased plant, fungus spores and other pathogens can cling to your shears. When you move on to prune a healthy plant, you could inadvertently end up transferring diseases to your healthy plants via the infected shears.
Simply follow these steps:
Pour ¼ cup Hydrogen Peroxide 3% - Oxygen Plus for PlantsTM to 4 cups of water directly into the pot.
Thoroughly wipe the sides of the pot—make sure you wear gloves while doing this.
You can also soak your tools in the pot.
Dump the Hydrogen Peroxide 3% - Oxygen Plus for PlantsTM, mix it out and thoroughly rinse the pot and tools.
Dry it the pot and tools completely with a towel.
Don’t let its gentle nature fool you—hydrogen peroxide kills 99.99% of bacteria, viruses, mould spores, yeast, and fungi. Simply treat all pots before reusing them and any tools that have become contaminated. Using hydrogen peroxide to disinfect your gardening tools is a quick, cost-effective, and easy way to help prevent the transmission of disease in your garden. There’s no need for heavy duties sanitiser—Hydrogen Peroxide 3% - Oxygen Plus for PlantsTM will get the job done.