Use raised garden beds
The garden beds have two advantages compared with underground planting. They have better drainage, so they won't hold too much water for a long time, which can easily lead to fungus growth. They are also high above the ground, so they usually get better air circulation, thus inhibiting the start of fungal spores. Of course, gardeners know that these are just two of the many advantages of planting on raised garden beds.
Composting has many benefits for the garden, not just adding nutrients to the soil, which is the best. Composting can also add organic matter to the soil to promote better drainage, so that water does not accumulate and promote fungal growth.
Choose the right variety
Most common garden plants have disease resistant varieties, while those more susceptible to fungal infection usually have antifungal strains. For example, many strains of basil and rose have special antifungal properties. The best way to prevent any disease is to use the right variety according to your climate, conditions and needs.
Keeping mulch over the soil is good for the soil and the plants above it. Keeping the soil and plant bottom covered will keep the area dry. It helps to resist the formation of mud during rain and watering, and forces fungi to seek higher development, hindering their progress. The mulch can also keep the soil around the plant base warm and cool during the day and night, which helps regulate the temperature.
Use of organic fungicides
Many organic fungicides can be used to kill or prevent fungal infections. You can do some sprinkling with baking soda and water on the leaves and stems, or use an organic garden soap mixture.
Transplantation is particularly vulnerable to fungi and other diseases and should therefore be protected. Before planting, remove the infected soil and thoroughly clean the bed to avoid damping. It is also recommended to ventilate the soil between the plants in the greenhouse to prevent fungi from taking root.
In addition, grafts should be kept dry above the roots, so it is best to water the ground and only wet (not submerge) the soil.