I've done a DEEP dive on the Pros / Cons of Hydrogen Peroxide and wanted to share also open the discussion.
Hydrogen Peroxide has many Pros. The ones that stand out to me the most is AMAZING for roots. Provides Oxygen to roots to help build root growth. Apply to soil 32 oz of 3% Hydrogen Peroxide / 1 gallon of water. Some people swear by including this into their feed.
However, what I've read and watched is don't mix with your nutrients.
Another Pro it helps with ROOT ROT as well and Fungal infections that are found in the soil.
People swear to use as a foliar spray as well because it acts as an insecticide and insect repellant.
Some say if it "doesn't kill the pest" it will DEFINANTLY kill their eggs by introducing it to your feed.
**warning it is natural to see bubbles on top of the soil when feeding**
Not many however it does wipe out any microbial activity in the soil (bad and good). So this is why its not recommended to use it with nutrients. If use too much you can poison the plants so make sure to dilute and always see the effects it has on your plants.
With all this being said I wanted to open discussion if anyone has used it. Do you notice a difference? Also with PROS on ROOT ROT and Fungal Infection it makes sense to do a feed before you transplant to kill what ever you have on the current roots before giving it a new home of soil.
I do not know how OFTEN to do this. Or how it specifically reacts to FFOF Soil.
I would LOVE @Mrgrowit to maybe touch more on this in a video.
I am no expert this is just my deep dive and wanted to bring knowledge to the best family forum in the GAME!