Geranium Plants

Can Geraniums Survive an Accidental Alcohol Spraying?

lsullivan added on May 21, 2015 | Answered

Accidentally spilled rubbing alcohol on my geranium plant. Tried to spray it off, but it is turning yellow quickly. Any recovery possible?

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Answered on May 21, 2015

Though alcohol can be used to treat some insect infestations, it's best to dilute it and test the plant sensitivity on a small leave or area.
African Violets should not be treated with alcohol. Remove the effected leaves by cutting it back. Your plant should recover.
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