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Cinnamon gives amazing taste in cookies, cakes and any other food items, but it is very beneficial for the gardener. This versatile spice is used to help in root cutting, to prevent fungus from killing small buds, and even to keep insects away from their home. How do you use its powder for the health of plants, you will think twice about catching harsh chemicals for the needs of your garden.

Benefits of Cinnamon on plants: –

Its benefits on plants are widespread, and you can reach the spices almost every day. Here are some of the most common uses for gardens:

1.Cinnamon for pests

If you have any problems with ants in your home or greenhouse, then this is a good deterrent. Where the powder remains, the ants do not like to walk, so the problems of ant are reduced in summers.

2. Cinnamon as rooting agent

1. As a routing agent, this is useful in the form of willow water or hormone routing powder.

2. When you start cutting the plant, the same application for the stem will encourage root growth in almost every type of plant.

3. With the help of cinnamon powder, you can immediately start your cut.

4. Roll a spoonful of cinnamon into a paper towel and moisten the roll and put it in the last part of the stem.

5. Put the stem in fresh soil.

6. Cinnamon stimulates the stem to produce more stems.

7. Moisture that helps in preventing fungi is the cause of disease.

3. Cinnamon fungicide control

1. There is a fungal-based problem ranging from disease, which begins to grow in small seedling plants.

2. Cinnamon helps prevent this problem by killing the fungus. It also works to separate other fungal problems in older plants such as slim mold and mushroom infection in gardens.

3. Apply cinnamon spray for plants and take advantage of fungus control.

4. Add some quantity of cinnamon to hot water and leave it for overnight.

5. Filter the liquid through a coffee filter and put it in a bottle.

6. After the spraying of this liquid, see the result.

7. Spray the affected plants on the leaf and stem. Along with this, soften the soil of mushroom problem plants.

Poonam Singh

Poonam Singh

Poonam Singh

Poonam Singh, M.Sc.(Bio-Chemistry), Content writer, Self Shiksha, Lcoatips, Candidviews, Quikpills and Former Research Director at NEEW


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