Powdery mildew is one of the common fungal
diseases that occurs to the leaves of the
plants. It is a parasite type of fungus,
which attacks the green tissue and weakens
the strength of a plant mostly seen as a
white color which will hover on the leaves.
Initially, this fungus starts at the back
of the leaves and slowly spread to the top.
Farmers must be watchful in eliminating
this fungal disease powdery Mildew. This
disease will suck the nutrient efficiency
of the affected plant and make the leaves
curl and convert the leaf color into white
or brownish color.
This fungal disease will spread faster
on areas where there is moderate temperature
with a high level of humidity. As a farmer
you should immediately act as soon as you
see that your leaves have been affected
by Powdery Mildew disease.
Best solution for curing Powdery Mildew
Powdery Mildew can be cured by spraying
neem oil continuously on the affected leaves.
Most of the people try a combination of
baking soda with Neem
oil, and this can produce great results.
Neem oil contains fungicidal properties,
which will eliminate the Powdery Mildew
The big advantage of using neem oil is
it does not have any side effects over plants.
It can cure and improve the immunity of
plant's growth and stopping the loss of
Nutritional efficiency that can happen to
the plant because of Powdery Mildew.. Duty
of a farmer is to constantly spray
neem oil once in at least 5-7 days and
as a farmer you should also watch out whether
the fungus is still present or try to keep
its foot on other leaves.
Neem oil is an organic pesticide, insecticide
and also an organic
fungicide. Plasma Power Neem
oil is the right choice for you in dealing
with Powdery Mildew fungal diseases.
Plasma Neem oil is EPA
Approved Neem oil has got a minimum
level of azadirachtin Extraction contents
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Author: Adam Teaser - neem
The views expressed by the author are not necessarily those of Plasma Power Private Limited. Reproduction of the articles does not in anyway form an endorsement