There are a lot of food that taste better when added with a little sprinkle of cinnamon. This aromatic spice has been used as a seasoning and flavor additive for foods and drinks for a very long time already. The Romans added cinnamon to bitter wines in order to improve their taste profiles. Even up to this days, cinnamon is utilized in teas and alcoholic beverages, like immensely popular and widely appealing Fireball Whiskey. But, there are a lot of non-food related ways in which the power of cinnamon can be harnessed.
This common issue is that nasty fungus that can be found alongside young, newly planted seeds sprout. The fungus can be the reason for ‘damping off.’ That is a disease which is destructive to vulnerable seedlings, because it can greatly deliberate or destroy them. The fungus prospers in warm, humid environments.
So in order to combat this type of problem, reach into your spice cabinet and take out the powdered cinnamon. You just have to sprinkle a little bit of the aromatic spice onto the soil around the plants. It will protect your seedlings. Just a pinch will be enough. Some gardeners also use some other ways. Example, add in the cinnamon when mixing up the potting soil. When the fungus grows in the surface and plant stems, it works best to just sprinkle it on the top layer of soil.
Cinnamon has anti-fungal properties which fight and protect against fungus from forming. That is why it is used. Cinnamon dies not harm the delicate plants it is an effective, and all natural-way to help your seedling grow.
This time, a lot of people begin planting most vegetable seedlings. So, it is not too late to try utilizing some cinnamon on them but if you have not started yours yet, you should hurry before it is too late.
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