Hydrogen Peroxide Hacks You’ll Wish You Had Known Sooner

Help Your Plants Grow Big And Strong

Spraying a plant with hydrogen peroxide to help it grow
YouTube/Daisy Creek Farms with Jag Singh
YouTube/Daisy Creek Farms with Jag Singh

Hydrogen peroxide works by releasing oxygen. Because plants use oxygen to absorb nutrients from the soil, they love this extra oxygen molecule. This promotes healthier, more vigorous plant growth for your garden.

To encourage garden growth, mix one teaspoon of 3% hydrogen peroxide per one cup of water. After you pour the mixture into a spray bottle, mist your plants. If you want to cover an entire garden, increase your dosage to 35% hydrogen peroxide. You can also use this to pre-treat seeds. Since peroxide kills fungi, it also wards off potential diseases such as root infections.