Powdery mildew is the most common occurring plant fungal disease. Its appearance, when first noticed, is characterized by spots or patches of white to grayish powdery growth on the upper surface of leaves and their stems. Home remedies for powdery mildew - As warm, dry weather settles in this month, be alert for the development of powdery mildew on crops. Powdery mildews affect a number of plants: many vegetables (beans, cucumbers, courgettes, pumpkins, etc), fruit crop (such as apples, grapes and quinces), sweet peas, violas/pansies, dahlias, roses, … But most powdery mildew … that was 1 month ago no more mildew!!! You can also use bicarbonate of soda I believe it's 1 … Powdery Mildew strikes again!! Powdery mildew on peas Following photographs taken 5 July 2017 are snap peas that became very severely affected, with powdery mildew developing on pods and causing black discoloration. The powdery mildew of peas is worldwide in occurrence causing serious losses to the crop. Powdery mildew is a common summer problem on many types of vegetables and cut flowers. For example, the powdery mildew that attacks your peas … ... Sweet … The disease is considered to be much more serious than the downy mildew of peas. There are white fuzzy spots growing on my peas. I had powdery mildew on my new monarda and sprayed it with a milk mix (1 part milk 8 parts water I used 2%!!!) Many ornamental and edible plants can suffer from this affliction, though different fungal strains attack different plants. Powdery mildew is a general term that can be applied to a number of fungus-related plant diseases. ADVERTISEMENTS: … Spring …