Can someone give me the 10% milk treatment technique? I think I may have started some fungus on newly potted tomato plants. They were beautiful miniature cherry types that can grow in containers. I planted them in 3 gallon nursery pots up to the top two set sets of leaves, cutting off the lower leaves. After just a couple of days the leaves started turning brownish/pink from the center out and curling at the edges.
I had been putting them out in the sun for a week before transplanting and since then bringing them in at night. They did get stressed by high winds for a day or two and I also accidently got really cold water on their leaves when I transplanted them.
So, since I have loads of fresh goat milk I thought I'd try this treatment which I had never heard of before until reading this forum. I understand the 10% part, but should I spray the leaves top and bottom? for how many days? What does the milk do for the plant? I figure it can't hurt.