Re: Fw: Anthurium seedlings & fungicides
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- Subject: Re: Fw: Anthurium seedlings & fungicides
- From: Denis <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 1 May 2000 18:43:56 -0500 (CDT)
I've never stopped to consider what percent of Hydrogen peroxide I
actually end up with when I mix the zerotol material in water. I am
using the medium rate as recommended by the Manufacturer, Biosafe
Systems,[to be found at <biosafesystems.com> on the net], which is
approximately 1.25 ounces of a 27% solution of Hydrogen dioxide
(Zerotol) to 132 ounces(one gallon) of water. By my calculations it is
approximately a 0.26 % solution, less than one tenth of a 3% solution.
Maybe my calculations are not correct. I would think that it is possible
that 3% might be to strong and could posssibly kill the plants as well
as disinfecting the rooting media.
Denis at Silver Krome Gardens.
Bonaventure W Magrys wrote:
> Anyone try using Hydrogen peroxide @ 3% or a further diluted solution?
> Denis <firstname.lastname@example.org> on 04/26/2000 05:53:51 PM
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> Subject: Re: Fw: Anthurium seedlings & fungicides
> I have had good success using a disinfectant called Zerotol on my
> seedling area. Basically just a Hydrogen peroxide type material. There
> are also packaged mixes of benefical soil microbes to spray on to or mix
> into soil mixes which compete with the harmful fungi in the soil. But
> since you are not using a potting mix, just shredded treefern I am not
> sure how effective those would be. There are now a whole new host of
> fungicides out in the prodfessional market place available to be used
> some very broad spectrum which could be used. I'm not sure if you have
> access to Agricultural chemical suppliers. Let me know.
> Denis at Silver Krome Gardens
> Jay Vannini wrote:
> > Howdy All:
> > I was wondering whether the group cud give me their input on what
> > fungicides I shud use on newly-germinated Anthurium seedlings. Have just
> > "hatched" several batches of species on shredded treefern under clear
> > plastic domes.
> > I know, I'm a masochist for not using sphagnum but I wanted to try this
> > material). They all look good so far but the medium requires daily
> > wetting, hence I'm somewhat concerned that sooner or later "damping off"
> > may rear its loathsome visage.
> > Fire at will...
> > Jay P.