AS AN INSECTICIDE
Yes, it is true. You will not find any university studies on Molasses as an insecticide, but the bottom line is that Molasses is very effective against sucking insects like Lace bugs, Aphids, and Whitefly. Why? this is because Molasses actually increases the natural sugar content of plants (Brix Level). Pest insects cannot dispel the gasses caused by sugars and will leave high sugar plants alone.
Outstanding for controlling Fungal Gnats and Thrips.
The Molasses greatly stimulates the soil bacterium which then attacks the pest insects when they cycle in the soil.
Molasses also gives your plants nutrients (N, P, S, Mg, Fe) plus B-vitamins and Microbe Stimulation.
If you spray Molasses on plants, it’s an ideal time to mix with our Super Seaweed or our Liquid Gro.
2 oz. Per Gallon of Water,
1 Gallon • Cs/4
55 Gallon Drum