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November 17, 2021

Coconut oil can be used in gardening in a few different ways.

One way is to mix it with other ingredients, such as neem oil, to create a natural pest control spray. This spray can be applied to the leaves of plants to help control insect infestations.


Another way to use coconut oil in gardening is to mix it with compost or other organic matter and use it as a natural soil conditioner. This can help to improve the health of the soil, making it more fertile and able to support healthy plant growth.


Additionally, coconut oil can be applied directly to the leaves of plants as a natural moisturizer. This can help to prevent dehydration and keep plants looking healthy.

A person's hand using a cloth to wipe a green leaf

Overall, coconut oil can be a useful tool for gardeners looking for natural and effective ways to improve soil health and control pests.




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