This is a common use for peroxide in many, many potted plant crops. In its most expensive form its marketed under the trade name Zerotol but its simply 35% hydrogen peroxide with some proprietary stabilizing agents. It works if you keep up with it as there is no residual activity.
I have learned lots about using the cinnamon, thank you all that replied.
But I have a related question now: an orchid grower that I met uses hydrogen
peroxide on the roots/potting media to kill fungal and bacterial infections
when they appear. He says it always works well on his orchids, and they
revive quite quickly after one or two treatments, rarely ever needing to be
Anyone ever do this with aroids? I can see using it on the epiphytes, but
what about terrestrials?
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