You no doubt have some hydrogen peroxide in your medicine cabinet and use it on minor cuts and scrapes, but did you know that you can use hydrogen peroxide in the garden? There are actually a number of garden uses for hydrogen peroxide.
Although commercially available hydrogen peroxide cannot be considered organic, plants and animals, including humans, naturally produce this chemical substance in their cells and tissues. Also, it completely decomposes to water and oxygen, making it very environment-friendly and safe to be used even in organic gardening.
You can use hydrogen peroxide in your garden for disinfection, boosting plant growth, and repelling unwanted pests.
Watch on to find out how to use hydrogen peroxide for plants.