Learn how to kill tomato blight and powdery mildew with baking soda and save your garden. Once you begin to see tomato blight and or powdery mildew on other garden plants you will need to stop it or you will lose the plants it is on and it will continue to spread because both tomato blight and powdery mildew are a fungus. The reason the baking soda works is because using it is an organic way to stop the fungus in your garden because where ever it is applied the leaves of the plants are made in to an alkaline surface and fungus need a more neutral ph in order to spread and thrive.
MI Gardener shares the recipe and instructions for using baking soda in your garden to stop the spread of tomato blight and or powdery mildew and save your garden. I love that it is an all natural and super inexpensive cure.