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When houseplants develop health problems, the first place you’ll notice damage will almost always be on the leaves.
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Also, after using any of the above recipes, it is essential that you wipe off the leaves properly to ensure there won’t be any coating that hinders photosynthesis in plants.
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You sure can! This organic formula is great for orchid leaves, but avoid getting the spray on the sensitive flowers. You may want to choose the Leaf Shine wipes to make sure the Leaf Shine only goes where you want it to. I'm a bit of a multi-tasker and I like to do things while I'm doing something else, maybe listening to a podcast but this is certainly not a job you can do sitting in front of the TV because you really do need to concentrate. It's really easy to end up damaging these leaves by accident, so maybe something to do while listening to On The Ledge. It's amazing, the dirt that's coming off these leaves! If you've got a wood-burning stove in your house, you may find that you get particular types of deposits at certain times of year or you may find that at certain times of year, or at certain times here in the UK, we get dust in the air and that can come inside and land on your plants and if you're having building work done, or you're sanding floors, or anything like that, do try and take your plants out of harm's way because they will be affected very easily. Just turning the plant as I go to make it easier to access all the different leaves. If you've got a big plant it could take you quite a while. This is why I don't do this tremendously often. You don't need to do it every week. It's something you can do whenever the plant seems to need it and that's more about observing your plant than anything else.
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None of the solutions above will harm your plant, especially if applied gently. Honestly, I don’t know why some people experiment with different food and products for their plants. Rubbing banana peels will add a natural oily shine to your plant leaves. Although not as efficient as oily products, banana peels are cheap and easy to use.
Alternatively, stand your plant in a bright spot (but not in direct sun, which may burn the leaves) and allow a draft to wash over it if possible. Plant leaves are delicate regardless of the species. You can’t use everything for your skin, and this also applies to plant foliage.
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Then add a teaspoon of detergent-free soap like Dr. Bronner’s pure organic castile soap to a half gallon of distilled water. Soak a microfiber cloth in the soap and water solution, then gently wipe down both sides of each leaf. Don’t scrub hard or use your nails to scratch or scrape the leaves; this can remove the top layer of the leaf, which can later cause the leaf to dry out. This is one growlight that really will stand the test of time: the PlantSpectrum32 is waterproof, the casing is made from recycled aluminium, and after eight years of use when the LEDs wear out, the LED board is replaceable for a fraction of the price of a new light. The PlantSpectrum32 comes with a four year warranty and costs 189 euros.
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Ideal for Rubber Plants, Swiss Cheese Plants, Umbrella Trees, etc Usage: Suitable for smooth leaved house plants such as rubber swiss cheese and umbrella plants