Cinnamon On Plants

Cinnamon can be used to help root cuttings, prevent fungus from killing small seedlings, and keep pests away from your garden.

Olle Gardens Cinnamon Benefits for Gardens
Cinnamon powder for plant health, will make you think twice about grabbing harsh chemicals for your gardening needs. Many benefits of cinnamon in gardens on plants is widespread and you many end up reaching for the spice almost daily.

If you have issues with ants around your garden or home, cinnamon is a good deterrent. Ants don't like to walk where cinnamon powder lays. Cinnamon can be used for pests inside and outside of your garden beds. Find their entrance way and sprinkle cinnamon powder in the path.
Cinnamon as a rooting agent is as useful as willow water or hormone rooting powder. Give your cuttings a quick start with the help of cinnamon powder. Pour a spoonful onto a paper towel and roll damp stem ends in the cinnamon. Plant the stems in fresh potting soil or better, an Olle Garden Raised Metal Bed. The cinnamon will encourage the stem to produce more stems, while helping to prevent the fungus that causes damping-off disease.
Damping off disease is a fungus-based problem that his small seedlings just as they begin to grow. Cinnamon will help prevent this problem by killing and fungus. It also, works with other fungal problems exhibited on older plants, such as slime mold and with deterring mushrooms in planters.

Take full advantage of cinnamon fungicide control by making a cinnamon spray for plants. Stir some cinnamon into warm water and allow it to steep overnight. Strain the liquid through a coffee filter and put the results into a spray bottle. Spray the stems and leaves of affected plants and mist the potting soil in plants that have a mushroom problem.