Homemade fungicide (try on blueberry bushes and tomatoes getting blight)  Spray on both sides of leaves.

Homemade fungicide (try on blueberry bushes and tomatoes getting blight) Spray on both sides of leaves.

Powdery mildew is one of the most common garden problems and it affects gardeners from coast to coast. Enjoy these natural powdery mildew treatments.

Has powdery mildew plagued your pumpkins?

Powdery mildew is one of the most common garden problems and it affects gardeners from coast to coast. Enjoy these natural powdery mildew treatments.

"If you are seeing powdery-looking patches on the foliage of your plants, you most likely have a case of the very common powdery mildew fungal disease. Here is a simple spray for controlling the spread of the fungus. It won't get rid of the fungus on leaves that already have it, but it will prevent it from spreading to the rest of the plant."  Farming & Agriculture

"If you are seeing powdery-looking patches on the foliage of your plants, you most likely have a case of the very common powdery mildew fungal disease. Here is a simple spray for controlling the spread of the fungus. It won't get rid of the fungus on leaves that already have it, but it will prevent it from spreading to the rest of the plant." Farming & Agriculture

Learn how to prevent and treat powdery mildew with either home or professional remedies. Cure your garden of this annoying disease!

Powdery Mildew: Treatment and Prevention

Learn how to prevent and treat powdery mildew with either home or professional remedies. Cure your garden of this annoying disease!

Keep your garden healthy with this simple DIY neem oil spray!

Make Your Own Organic Oil Soap Garden Spray

1 tsp baking soda 1 ltr water & a few drops of liquid soap.  Transfer some to a spray bottle & spray the leaves; then repeat a week later.

Treating Powdery Mildew: Budget Gardening Tip

1 tsp baking soda 1 ltr water & a few drops of liquid soap. Transfer some to a spray bottle & spray the leaves; then repeat a week later.

Powdery mildew is one of the most common garden problems and it affects gardeners from coast to coast. Enjoy these natural powdery mildew treatments.

Has powdery mildew plagued your pumpkins?

Powdery mildew is one of the most common garden problems and it affects gardeners from coast to coast. Enjoy these natural powdery mildew treatments.

Share This!This simple homemade recipe kills powdery mildew safely, without harming your plants or introducing chemicals into your garden. Powdery mildew is a fungal disease that often impacts cucumbers, squash, gourds, pumpkins, and watermelons. It appears as white spots or splotches on the leaves, resembling a dusting of flour. It is particularly a problem during …

Share This!This simple homemade recipe kills powdery mildew safely, without harming your plants or introducing chemicals into your garden. Powdery mildew is a fungal disease that often impacts cucumbers, squash, gourds, pumpkins, and watermelons. It appears as white spots or splotches on the leaves, resembling a dusting of flour. It is particularly a problem during …

Powdery Mildew: Treatment and Prevention

Powdery Mildew: Treatment and Prevention

Learn how to prevent and treat powdery mildew with either home or professional remedies. Cure your garden of this annoying disease!

How to Prevent and stop Tomato blight, and powdery mildew on squash, zucchini, and other vegetables simply by using one simple ingredient. Baking Soda.

How to Prevent and stop Tomato blight, and powdery mildew on squash, zucchini, and other vegetables simply by using one simple ingredient. Baking Soda.

Organic powdery mildew and black spot treatment! You will need;  1 gallon of warm water  3 Tablespoons Baking Soda  1 Tablespoon Murphys Oil Soap  The simple recipe;  Mix the Baking Soda and Murphys Oil soap in the warm water, stirring well.  Spray the solution on both sides of the leaves as soon as you spot this disease. (Gray coating on the leaves or black spots on yellowing leaves).

Organic powdery mildew and black spot treatment! You will need; 1 gallon of warm water 3 Tablespoons Baking Soda 1 Tablespoon Murphys Oil Soap The simple recipe; Mix the Baking Soda and Murphys Oil soap in the warm water, stirring well. Spray the solution on both sides of the leaves as soon as you spot this disease. (Gray coating on the leaves or black spots on yellowing leaves).

Spray for control of powdery mildew on squash    I have used a solution of milk, baking soda, and liquid dish detergent to effectively control powdery mildew in my own vegetable garden. Here is the spray recipe I use:        Fill the 32 oz  bottle with 1/2 c. of milk.  Add 2 T. of baking soda. Fill sprayer with water & add one drop of liquid dish detergent.  Mix contents well

Spray for control of powdery mildew on squash I have used a solution of milk, baking soda, and liquid dish detergent to effectively control powdery mildew in my own vegetable garden. Here is the spray recipe I use: Fill the 32 oz bottle with 1/2 c. of milk. Add 2 T. of baking soda. Fill sprayer with water & add one drop of liquid dish detergent. Mix contents well

Never tried it...but it's loaded with sulpher...so maybe. prevent blight using baking soda!

Never tried it...but it's loaded with sulpher...so maybe. prevent blight using baking soda!

Come along on my journey as I garden, bake, create, and rejoice in my Hippy Homemaker way of life.

Come along on my journey as I garden, bake, create, and rejoice in my Hippy Homemaker way of life.

white powdery mildew leaves... My zucchini plants got powdery mildew this year and I got rid of the mildew! As directed by my mother, I combined a tsp of baking soda with a quart of water in a spray bottle; shook it up real good so all the soda dissolved. Then sprayed each infected leaf each morning until the spots when away. My plants are now back to producing (albeit slowly) zucchini. I live in Mukilteo, WA, so it should work for you too, if you want to spray your pumpkin plants each…

How to Get Rid of White Powdery Mildew on Squash Leaves

white powdery mildew leaves... My zucchini plants got powdery mildew this year and I got rid of the mildew! As directed by my mother, I combined a tsp of baking soda with a quart of water in a spray bottle; shook it up real good so all the soda dissolved. Then sprayed each infected leaf each morning until the spots when away. My plants are now back to producing (albeit slowly) zucchini. I live in Mukilteo, WA, so it should work for you too, if you want to spray your pumpkin plants each…

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