Wood vinegar and Japanese use in agriculture

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Wood vinegar and Japanese use in agriculture

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What is wood vinegar?

Wood vinegar (木 酢 液, Mokusueki) is a by-product obtained from the condensation of smoke during coal burning. Wood vinegar has a reddish brown color. Clear and smells of smoke The quality of wood vinegar สล็อตxo depends on the plants used. Temperature while collecting And purification methods

Wood vinegar, obtained from charcoal burning, contains 90 percent water, 5 percent acetic acid, and other components, including alcohol, esterphenols and more than 200 organic compounds. That differ depending on the type of trees that are burned. The trees used by Japanese people to burn charcoal to make wood vinegar are bamboo, oak and beech trees, etc.


Wood vinegar

The benefits of wood vinegar for spraying to accelerate the growth of plants.

Wood vinegar can accelerate the growth of plants well. How to use it is Dilute wood vinegar approximately 500 times with water. A simple solution is to add 1 teaspoon or 2 ml of wood vinegar to 1 liter of water and spray the entire face. Behind leaves and stems of vegetation

Use for spraying to control pests.

Spraying vegetables with a 200-500 times diluted wood vinegar will help prevent pests such as aphids and nematodes. When starting to use, dilute the concentration of 500 times before use. Too high concentration of wood vinegar may have a negative effect on the growth of vegetables. If diluted to low concentrations has no effect on pest control. Instead, increase the concentration of wood vinegar in an amount that does not destroy vegetables but is effective in preventing pests.


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