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Using Aspirin for Plants

April 18, 2005

With regular doses of aspirin - every two months - indoor and outdoor plants will grow more, bloom better, and have fewer fungus and pest problems. Aspirin prevents plants from producing a substance that hastens aging or wilting.

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To make one gallon of aspirin solution:

Dissolve a regular strength, uncoated aspirin tablet in one cup of water. Discard one quarter cup of the solution, then add enough plain water to make a full gallon.

Lawrence in MI

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You can put aspirin in a watering jug and mix in, I use two. Water your plants as usual and you will save them from disease.

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