Remedies against Mildiu

Do you know what Mildiu is? Fungi such as mildew are some of the most common problems in the plants of your garden and your garden, so today we tell you some of the best remedies against Mildiu .

If you are already planning to create your own  urban garden  or small garden or if you have already begun to sow your own crop, you will have noticed that what at first seemed very simple over time can get complicated.

Little by little you will have to face the diseases of plants and fungi such as mildew or annoying pests.

Beyond land, fertilizer, seeds and irrigation, once the plant has grown and has even borne fruit, we find unwanted guests in the form of fungal and parasitic insects .

Whatever your case, the Mildiu mushroom will be one of the fungi with which you will have to fight and that is why the following will be very useful.

Today we will tell you and you will learn to recognize it in time and we will give you remedies for Mildiu mushrooms that are simple to apply, as well as being ecological and just as effective.

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What is the Mildiu mushroom?

Let’s start by understanding what Mildiu fungus is .

It is a disease of the crops caused by different types of fungi that live as parasites and eventually end up drying the leaves, stems and fruits.

It also attacks fruit or ornamental plants .

It reproduces between temperatures of 10 to 20 degrees, it only requires sufficient humidity.

You can even hold entire stations silently without being seen until the weather is right for you to multiply.

Fungi that have damaged only the leaves can be removed and thus save the plant.  Although if they have already taken the roots and the stem we regret to inform that the only solution is the burning to start again.

The most dangerous thing about Mildiu is that in only one oversight it is capable of damaging the leaves, stems, even fruits, and we may notice it until the damage to the plant is quite advanced.

In what types of garden can the Mildiu fungus develop?

Another of the peculiarities of Mildiu is that it can be reproduced in virtually any type of garden and can survive for a good time without sprouting, making it completely invisible to the human eye .

It is very common to see it in plantings of vegetables and fruit-type plants such as cucumber, tomato, onion, eggplant, potatoes, paprika, sweet pepper, vines, oaks, cannabis, among many others.

Do you know how to fight mildew according to each type of crop?

Here are some articles that we have developed to treat mildew according to the type of crop it affects:

  • Mildiu in tomato
  • Mildiu of the vine
  • Mildiu of the potato
  • Mildiu in marijuana
  • Mildiu in the rose bush
  • Mildiu in the zucchini
  • Mildiu on the lettuce
  • Mildiu in the pepper
  • Mildiu on onion

The symptoms of this disease in plants are manifested according to the type of shrub and size of the leaves, the first thing we can notice is a greasy type appearance on the leaves, over time a film is formed on it with an appearance of ash dust.

Sometimes the Mildiu fungus  is also characterized by causing brown spots on the leaves, the problem here is that when these spots are already observable it means that the crop is completely contaminated and the plant is totally sick.

The most damaging of this fungus is that given the necessary humidity and temperature it reproduces quite quickly and attacks just the leaves that are the respiratory system of the plants, when covering them partially or totally it is a matter of time for it to start drying.

Remedies against Mildiu

Most of the remedies for Mildiu are applied directly to the affected area leaves and stems, since the idea is to end only with Mildiu and not with the other microorganisms that are part of the plant’s immune system.

Copper wire against Mildiu in tomato cultivation

The properties of copper are very beneficial to avoid this type of disease in plants , it works as a vaccine against fungi, especially to prevent Mildiu in tomato cultivation , for this we must prick the stem with a copper wire and surround the stem with the copper wire, in this way the plant will absorb copper minerals through the stem.

Homemade Fungicide based on Cow’s Milk

Ingredients:

  • 800 ml of Water
  • 200 ml of preferably skim milk
  • 20 gr. baking soda

The trick of this ecological fungicide is in the salts, amino acids and lactic acid contained within the milk, in turn it works as a fertilizer for plants and as a remedy for Mildiu .

The preparation is quite simple, all the ingredients are mixed, stirred until the sodium bicarbonate is completely dissolved, the mixture is placed in a sprayer and applied directly to our culture for two days in a row before hiding the sun, then this same operation is repeated as a preventive method every 15 days.

The copper sulfate method

Ingredients:

  • 10 grams of copper sulfate
  • 10 grams of lime
  • 2 liters of water
  • 1 PH meter

This method requires a little more work but it is 100% effective, apart from the ingredients of the mixture you must have a pH meter to make sure that you are placing the correct amounts and do not dry the leaves of the garden.

To start with only one liter of water is used, that water is divided into two parts so that there are 2 half liters left separately, we take one of them and dissolve the copper sulfate there.

In a different container we dissolve the lime with the other half liter of water, another lime with the rest of the water, if we are going to use a sprayer we must first strain the lime so that it does not cover and the atomizer is damaged.

Once this is done, we mix the two liquids and then measure the pH of the mixture which must be equal to 7, once this is done it can be mixed with the liter of water you reserved at the beginning, and if it is applied on the leaves that we want to protect, taking into account the use of protective lenses to take care of our skin.

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