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Hydrogen Peroxide

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by syl726 on March 05, 2004 05:49 PM
Is there any use for peroxide in plants?
by Will Creed on March 06, 2004 04:31 AM
The theory is that the extra oxygen in hydrogen peroxide is beneficial to the plants. In fact, it is far better to have a porous potting mix that contains lots of tiny air pockets to hold the oxygen that the roots need. If the soil is porous, the extra oxygen is unnecesary.

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