If you want to save your houseplants, treating mold in plants naturally is the best way to go. Fungi love moist soil and humid conditions so watering plants at the right times will help reduce mold growing on your plants.
Symptoms of mold in houseplants:
If you think you have a mold problem with your houseplants, take a look at the leaves.
-The leaves are abnormally shaped or discolored.
-The leaves are covered in black, green, white, or gray fuzz.
-The leaves are slimy to the touch.
-The stems of the plant are soft and spongy.
3. Don’t crowd plants – this will help increase air circulation and reduce the humidity around the plants.
4. Use a fan – if you can, set up a fan near your plants to circulate the air and reduce humidity levels.
5. Clean leaves regularly – removing dust and debris will help prevent mold.
8. Use milk – adding milk to the water of houseplants will help stop mold growth on your plants.
10. Use baking soda – adding this to the soil will help clear away fungal infections and black spots on houseplants.