H202 (hydrogen peroxide) for plant

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by KSIMON21, Jun 4, 2011.

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    KSIMON21

    KSIMON21 Member

    many farmers have been increasing crop yields by spraying them with diluted hydrogen peroxide (5 to 16 ounces of 35% mixed with 20 gallons of water per acre). You can achieve the same beneficial effect with your house plants by adding 1 ounce of 3% hydrogen peroxide (or 16 drops of 35% solution) to every quart of water you give your plants. (It can also be made into an excellent safe insecticide. Simply spray your plants with 8 ounces of 3% peroxide mixed with 8 ounces of white sugar and one gallon of water.)

    I HOPE THIS WILL HELPFULL,TO ALL FELLOW GROWERS:joint::joint:

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    MediMary

    MediMary Well-Known Member

    have you tried spraying your plants with it, or is this passed on info you have just read?

    thanks for sharing regardless +rep
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    KSIMON21

    KSIMON21 Member

    have not tried it yet,i just read it and felt it was worth passing on,im waiting on my h202 in the mail
    i needed to find out how much water to add with the h202,i will be using this in the rez to keep my roots clean
    it should work as a spray because rain water,which is best,has a small amount of h2o2,
    i think further research is needed b4 i spray my babies
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    dam612

    dam612 Well-Known Member

    sugar water on plants=bug heaven?
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    vkambull

    vkambull Active Member

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    KSIMON21

    KSIMON21 Member

    i was gonna ask someone with experience about the sugar water
    i wasnt to sure on it
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    KSIMON21

    KSIMON21 Member

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    MediMary

    MediMary Well-Known Member

    the h202 at lower concentrations ie 3% contain various stabilizers which are bad for the plants, its best to use %29 AND UP. :)
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    vkambull

    vkambull Active Member

    ok i get it now, thanks
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    *BUDS

    *BUDS Well-Known Member

    When u get the h2O2 put it in the res at 70:1 and dont spray it or lolly water on your plants.Indoor the battle with mould is hard enough , no unnecesary sprays.
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    Cottleology

    Cottleology New Member

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