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PostPosted: Apr 22nd, '13, 10:46 
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What is ECO FUNGICIDE used for?


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eco-fungicide is a registered organic fungicide for the control of powdery mildew, blackspot and rust in many plants including tomatoes, zucchini, roses, grapevines and geraniums. It attacks existing fungal infections and prevents new spores from germinating. Mix eco-fungicide with eco-oil to create a two-in-one organic insecticide and fungicide. Safe for beneficial insects in the garden.


It also can be used to raise PH in AP systems because its basically potassium bicarbonate.

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ok thanks Charlie


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Eco fungicide also encourages flowering and fruiting. :)

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Back from Bunnings!

I have this morning added about 8g (1.5 tsp) of chelated iron into my fish tank (1000l) dissolved it first in about two litres and poured it slowly into the fish tank.

I'll hold off on the Seasol for know so I can see what affect the iron has.

There are a couple of caterpillars but can't be bothered at the moment to do the Dipel.

Thanks guys for the advice that got me to this point!

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I am surprised that so many countries don't have this sort of things and plumbing stuff
Australia is just the best


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