- Thu Jul 23, 2020 12:29 am
Good that you don't have a problem. I have also heard that hydrogen peroxide is good, plus it breaks down to oxygen. But I've only heard it used on older plants, I don't know how seedlings will react to it. However, I've never heard of using Neem for fungus.
I've seen reports that peat often gets a light gray fuzz that is harmless. A spritz will knock it down. Another way to postpone the fungus is, after you rinse the peat, microwave it. Get it hot enough to kill any fungal spores, and it must then collect "wild" spores before any grow. Delays the inevitable for a while.
Everything happens for a reason. Sometimes the reason is that I make bad decisions.