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No pressure, just a regular spray bottle.

Septoria is a fungal condition, so yes the milk treatment would be a good thing to try for it.
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This is great. With little kids, there are often half-finished cups of milk at our table. Thanks for giving me a productive use for them!

(I'm guessing that a few PB&J crumbs won't hurt my plants....)

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Nope, just strain them out with a tea strainer so they won't clog the sprayer. :wink:



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