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By nycredneck
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Found this triple threat at Lowes and it kills insects, as well as mold and fungus. Not sure if it’s safe. I was hoping to use it on my seeds, VTF, Sarracenia and Drosera because I always seem to get brown or green mold on my pots. I’ve been getting air in there but a spray might help.
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By jetfire245
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This is in fact safe as the main active ingredient is neem oil.

Let it be known, neem oil is great for minor issues... But advanced fungal infections will generally be unaffected by it.
By jetfire245
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nycredneck wrote: Fri Nov 11, 2022 6:09 pm I decided to go with 3 in 1 BioAdvanced
Mixed feedback on how that spray affects plants growth in terms of some deformed traps.

That being said, I didn't really notice any long term negative affects other than maybe 1 or 2 deformed traps.

Besides, a plant with a disease is better losing a couple leaves than dying from the disease.

Spray that bioadvanced well on the leaves as well as the soil.
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