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rising lotus wrote at 2015-03-23 01:30:54
While I am not entirely sure what does neutralize cat urine. I have had some problems with my cats missing the outside latrine. I do know that cat urine is acidic.A normal range being 6.0 to 6.5. I believe lime or baking soda would be the more appropriate pH balancer. Considering that all plants are different in their pH preference, but most can survive an neutral (7) to neutralize you wouldn't need to much. Use some pH strips to continue checking your progress as you flush and neutralize. I haven't had to much success with curbing their desire to keep their connection with the dirt but my plants are still alive..  

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Diana Hamilton


I can answer questions related to flowering and non-flowering house plants, and herbs. I do not know very much about cactus, orchids and bonsai


For 20 years I owned a florist where I sold cut flowers and all types of house plants and accessories and gave advice to my customers.

I have not had any writings published but I have presented gardening programmes on television, showing viewers how to care for their plants, giving them ideas on suitable plants, discussed problems with experts in different fields and given practical demonstrations on growing seeds, planting tubs and hanging baskets, watering, feeding, pruning etc.

I am completely self-taught

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I have exhibited plants and flower arrangements in many Flower Shows winning many prizes.

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