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

optional: drops tea tree or lavender essential oil. Remember to use ecological dish soap (we only use teaspoon of eco soap) and aluminum-free baking soda (i. Bob's Red Mill brand for my friends in Canada/USA)!

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?

"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 leav

Combine: 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 quart water A few drops of liquid soap  Combine in a large container and transfer some to a spray bottle. Spray the leaves of plants where powdery mildew can be seen, then repeat a week later. For best results, treat plants as soon as you notice the powdery mildew.

Treating Powdery Mildew: Budget Gardening Tip

Combine: 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 quart water A few drops of liquid soap Combine…

Prevent and Kill Blight & Mildew With Baking Soda.  1: Mix 3 T. baking soda with 1 gal. of water.  2: Mix in 1 T. vegetable oil or cooking oil. Helps  spray to stick to leaves.  3: Mix in 2 drops of dish soap to help mix everything.  4: Spray on tops & bottoms of leaves till dripping. Begin with 3 T. & apply one time each week for 3 weeks. Then switch to 3 1/2 T. if fungus is still growing or spreading.  Start spraying in the morning or evening – Spraying in the heat of the day can harm…

(I will be trying this starting today. my poor tomatoes) Prevent and Kill Blight & Powdery Mildew With Baking Soda

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

Going to try the Neem oil method and see if it works for my string bean plants.

Keep your plants happy and healthy with this homemade neem oil spray!

Make Your Own Organic Oil Soap Garden Spray

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

For tomato blight & powdery mildew on other plants.: Prevent them by using baking soda! http://migardener.com/prevent-kill-blight-powdery-mildew-baking-soda/

If you've never heard of it before, your going to think I'm crazy but the Baking Soda hair wash method is a womens best friend when it comes to hair care. A baking soda hair wash will clean out the excess product, remove impurities, and clean your.

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