Have you ever thought that this sweet and tasty spice can take care of your plants? Incredibly, but cinnamon can serve you more than just adding it to your coffee.
When your plants are seedlings, you can use cinnamon to protect them. You just need to sprinkle some cinnamon over the soil and plants.
This trick is very important because when the plants are young, they can get “dampening off” disease. It is a white fairy fungus that looks like cotton and grows on the stems of your seedlings. It means that a fungus begins to grow on the plants and kill them, which gardeners don’t want to happen.
Cinnamon has some excellent anti-fungal qualities and it will protect the plants. Take a pinch of cinnamon and sprinkle it right on the soil. You don’t need to overdo it. It really works for protecting your seedlings.
Isn’t cinnamon amazing? I am sure you will think different of this spice from now on.