How to Treat Powdery Mildew Disease Organically [Video]

Powdery Mildew is a fungal disease that affects a large number of plants. Powdery mildew is very easy to identify since the powdery white spots are easily visible over the leaves. Mostly, the disease affects the lower leaves.

If you ever faced this disease but have no idea regarding how to avoid it organically, then you must watch this video. In this video, the host is trying a simple trick through you will never face this disease in your garden.

He has used baking soda for a couple of years to stay safe against the Powdery Mildew and it worked all the time. All you need is baking soda and water. The only variable is heat. Either you can avoid spraying the baking soda in summer or you can decrease the quantity of baking soda. Aren’t you curious to know this quick and simple trick? Let’s watch the video and learn it.

Note! Never apply any spray directly to the whole garden. Always test the spray on a small portion of your plant and see the results. At least, wait for 48 hours and make sure that there are no negative results.

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