There are many times that vegetable gardeners may run into issues with blights, mildews, leaf spots and other fungi that attack plants. These fungi can quickly damage a vegetable plant causing it to become unproductive or even dead.
Organic fungicides can help defend and prevent some plant diseases, like the ones listed above.
A major problem for many vegetable gardeners is finding an organic solution to many fungi issues. There are lots of fungicides on the market to help fight fungi, but how do you know if it’s an organic fungicide or chemical based?
To help find organic fungicides for your vegetable garden fungi problems here are five natural fungicides made by Garden's Alive! you can use to help keep your vegetables stay productive, healthy and organic.
Plant Guardian Biofungicide
An organic fungicide that can be used on a wide range of plants such as roses, vegetables, fruits, nuts and flowers. It can also help promote a healthier lawn by controlling many lawn diseases like brown patch dollar spot.
Sulfur Guard Fungicide
Sulfur Guard Fungicideis an organic fungicide that’s used for disease and mite control on fruit trees, vegetables and flowers. It can also help prevent scab, powdery mildew, thrips and leaf spot.
Soil Guardian for Soilbourne Diseases
The active ingredient is a microbe that provides protection to plant roots against soilbourne diseases.
Soil Guardian is an organic fungicide that works best when applied to seeds, seedlings, or transplants where soilbourne diseases might be an issue.
Soap-Shield Liquid Copper Fungicide
Soap-Shield Liquid Copper Fungicide controls diseases of a wide range of vegetables, fruits and flowers. Soap Shield acts to protect plants from infection.
Fixed copper has long been a natural fungicide used to control a wide range of plant diseases including powdery mildew, downy mildew, leaf spot and late blight.
Enz-Rot Blossom End Rot Spray
Blossom end rot is a disorder caused by a deficiency of calcium in the soil. Use Enz-Rot during periods of rapid growth, or after excessive rainfall on the foliage and fruit of the plant. It helps to restore calcium and prevent blossom end rot.
Always Identify The Problem
Always be sure to properly identify the disease before applying any natural fungicide. If the disease is not diagnosed correctly you may use the wrong treatment causing the issue to increase. This will surely result in a plant that lacks production or dies.
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