Hm. As far as cheese plant effluent goes, Joseph Lofthouse, it's possible it would be good for fighting powdery mildew on certain plants. I've heard of using milk for that practice, though I know not what it is in the milk that would help. (Human breast milk is an impressive antibacterial agent, though. I use it for this purpose. Huh. Maybe I should try spraying it on my fruit trees. but I digress )
Growing in a coastal zone 7a in the Northern Hemisphere. Hot humid summers and cold snowy winters. Plenty of rain. Sandy loam topsoil over clay subsoil, whatever the glacier left behind when it made Long Island.