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

Economical, edible, non-toxic and biodegradable, we can't fault baking soda, this product we find difficult to live without. And for good reason, this white powder is versatile, both in the kitchen, cleaning and gardening.

Baking soda has been shown to be useful for removing stains, whitening teeth, cleaning surfaces, and even getting rid of pesticides. Its functions are varied and baking soda adds yet another string to its bow. This is its use in the garden, which is also very practical for many reasons.

– Keep the critters away
To get rid of the insects that wreak havoc on your garden, baking soda will be your most important ally. Avoid chemical pesticides that harm your health and the environment and opt for this more environmentally friendly white powder. To do this, mix a liter of water, a tablespoon of olive oil, two tablespoons of baking soda and a few drops of liquid soap in a spray bottle. Spray your garden with this mixture every three days to repel insects.