Re: Natural fungicide
- Subject: Re: Natural fungicide
- From: "Famille FERRY" <email@example.com>
- Date: Sun, 25 Nov 2007 18:36:14 +0100
Personally, to heal the wounds, I use charcoal. I reduce powdersweep. But
it is very effective against rots the tubers of Amorphophallus or to the
roots of Anthuriums.
Best wishes to all,
Geneviève Ferry ,
----- Original Message -----
From: "John Ludwig" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, November 24, 2007 6:59 PM
Subject: [Aroid-l] Natural fungicide
>I have had many years experience applying herbicides as well as
> pesticides and currently hold a license for commercial application in
> the state of New Jersey.
> I have come to learn of the latest research pertaining to various
> diseases that are thought to be associated with certain commonly used
> herbicides and pesticides.
> I have heard a few people share experiences of treating various tubers
> with fungicide prior to storage during dormancy. All have spoken of
> the use of commonly available fungicides that they purchased locally.
> Does anybody know of all natural fungicides?
> I have heard of the use of ground cinnamon for treating tubers, has
> anybody used cinnamon?
> Are there any other natural herbicides, fungicides, pesticides that
> anybody has any knowledge of? Common or not? Easily obtainable or not?
> There is currently research being done pertaining possible links to
> parkinson's disease and the use of commonly available herbicides.
> There are also suspected links to the use of various herbicides and
> other diseases.
> Even though I am very careful during mixing and application of
> pesticides there is always a chance of exposure.
> I would welcome any information no matter how trivial it may seem even
> if there is no solid evidence to back it up.
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