Citric Acid Solution for Aphids

I spray infected plants with citric acid solution (1 teaspoon of citric acid dissolved in 0.5 L of water). I sometimes spray this solution on all plants as a protective method even if they're not affected, and repeat as needed, it works. But avoid spraying the plants in the morning, you can do it in the afternoon after the sunset to protect the leaves from getting burnt.

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June 21, 20120 found this helpful

Thank you for an all natural way to protect our plants!

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July 2, 20120 found this helpful

My plants are loaded with aphids, and nothing that I've tried has worked. Next year, I will do this right from the start to hopefully keep my plants from getting the aphids. Thank you!

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