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'organic' nursery disinfectants

  • Subject: [cg] 'organic' nursery disinfectants
  • From: Carey careyk888@yahoo.com.au
  • Date: Thu, 4 Sep 2003 13:26:15 +1000 (EST)

Hello everyone!
Can anybody point me in the direction of research regarding the use/effectiveness of 'natural' disinfectants like lavender, eucalyptus or ti tree oils, or lemon juice in a nursery situation?  I want to use them instead of bleach for pot-washing & other nursery cleaning.  I'd also appreciate any anecdotal evidence, and other suggestions.  I have to create an accredited nursery (typical industry standards) & want to do it without any synthetic chemical products.

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