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Georgia Gardening: powdery mildew remedies

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Jonesboro, GA
(Zone 7b)

June 6, 2006
11:49 PM

Post #2359947

What do you use on powdery mildew? Our little dogwoods suffer with it every darn year. Neem? Horticultural oil? Any homegrown remedies? Thanks, Sheila

June 7, 2006
3:50 AM

Post #2361046

I use Serenade. It works very well, and it's organic!!

Wenonah, NJ

May 26, 2007
2:02 PM

Post #3537891

Has anyone heard of using a "tea" made with rhubarb leaves as a preventive tip? I read this recently and wondered if it would work on my roses.

May 27, 2007
6:18 AM

Post #3540557

No, cause we can't grow rhubarb down here in the South!



Peachtree City, GA
(Zone 8a)

May 31, 2007
3:10 PM

Post #3557247

I sprayed physan at the beginning of the season and I will spray again after we get a really good rain. I have a big problem with it in my shady area. It seems to really like my illicium and citrus.
Atlanta, GA

October 25, 2015
10:38 AM

Post #10159883

Milk, believe it or not. 1 part milk to 3 parts water stopped it in its tracks on our dahlias this summer.

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