Things Of Powdery Mildew Succulent On Indoor Planting
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Things Of Powdery Mildew Succulent On Indoor Planting


In addition to affecting the growth of succulents, powdery mildew can also affect many different plants. It may be caused by many different kinds of fungi. When your succulents are infected by fungi, a layer of powdery mildew spores will form on the leaves. If it is not dealt with in time, its spread speed may exceed your imagination. Fortunately, this disease will not kill the succulents, but it will cause yellowing of the leaves of the succulents. Here are some things of powdery mildew succulent on indoor planting.


How can I tell if my succulents have powdery mildew?

The most important thing to remove and prevent powdery mildew is to learn how to recognize powdery mildew so that you can reduce the damage of succulents in the early stages of powdery mildew.

The most obvious way to judge succulent powdery mildew is to check the leaves and stems of your plants to see if they have powdery white round spots. Generally, tender leaves are the most susceptible to powdery mildew. The longer the plant is infected with the fungus, the more easily the leaves are deformed.

How is powdery mildew spread?

From the above, we can understand that powdery mildew can be spread through the air, and the infected succulents may float in the air, pass through the garden, and be transferred to other plants.

Because of this, you may not even know that your succulents are infected with powdery mildew. Most of the disease thrives in warmer climates, and it thrives and spreads rapidly in dry areas of 60-80 degrees Fahrenheit.



How to treat powdery mildew?

1. Use protective fungicides
For example, potassium bicarbonate, neem oil, lime sulfur, and sulfur. These can be used in the early stages of plant infection.

2. Use baking soda
If you don't want to use chemicals to eliminate it, you can try to spray it on the infected area with a mixture of baking soda and soapy water.

3. Discard the infected material as soon as possible
If your succulents are too severely infected, you need to quickly discard the infected plants and their leaves, stems, and fruits. This will reduce the spread of succulent powdery mildew mealybugs.