Garden spray – Rust, Sooty mould, Curly leaf, Black spot, Powdery mildew and Aphids & Foliar Food

Got a few problems in your garden? Try this garden natural spray recipe. This mixture can be used to help prevent and treat fungal problems (brown rot, sooty mould, curly leaf, black spot, powdery mildew, etc) and as a foliar food which is absorbed through their leaves bark and stems. Aphids do not like this mixture. Use on stone and pip fruit trees, citrus, vines, plants, vegetables and roses. Spray in June or July and again from when buds are only just beginning to show as small bumps, then fortnightly through until leaf fall.
Mix 1 tablespoon DYC Apple Cider Vinegar with 1 litre of warm water in spray bottle. For larger areas you may like to use 5L sprayer.
Plan to spray when the weather is forecast to be fine. Spray in the early morning or early evening. You want to make sure that the mixture dries on the plants before the sun is shining on your plants or before nightfall.
Completely spraying the whole tree. Make sure to get under the leaves.
Repeat until condition improves.
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