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Baking soda is a gardener’s best friend: here are 10 clever uses in the garden.

1. Natural Fungicide: Mix baking soda with water and liquid soap to spray on plants and combat fungal diseases like powdery mildew.

2. Weed Killer: Directly apply baking soda on garden weeds to kill them without harming surrounding plants.

3. Pest Deterrent: A mixture of baking soda and flour can deter pests like cabbage worms and aphids when dusted on plants.

4. Soil Amendment: Baking soda can be used to neutralize overly acidic soil, improving the environment for plant growth.

5. Tomato Sweetener: Sprinkle baking soda around tomato plants to decrease soil acidity, resulting in sweeter tomatoes.

6. Compost Enhancer: Speed up the composting process by making the environment more alkaline with baking soda.

7. Odor Absorber: Neutralize odors in areas like compost bins by sprinkling baking soda.

8. Tool Cleaner: Clean gardening tools by scrubbing them with a baking soda paste to remove dirt and rust.

9. Seed Germination: Enhance seed germination by soaking seeds in a baking soda solution before planting.

10. Ant Repellent: Deter ants by creating barriers with baking soda around plants or ant trails.

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Nigeria Customs Service Shares Forfeited Rice To Residents In Lagoa. “We dey for you, just as you dey for us,” Nigeria Customs Service says as it starts rice disbursements in Lagos.

In a post on their social media, the agency says, “Distributing forfeited food items fit for human consumption is our way of saying; we see you, we hear you, and we are on this together.”
Photo credit: Nigeria Customs Service/Facebook

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Oilers Okro Soup Thank me later ? ? ?

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