Natural methods to treat infected leaves

Washing the mildew affected plant with water periodically can help remove the fungus to some extent. There are also other compounds which are effective as Powdery Mildew Treatment.

Some gardeners have found that a solution of baking soda with water can be used to kill the fungi causing mildew to some extent. Neem oil is widely recommended as a fungicide to destroy the fungi causing the mildew on the leaves and stem.

The plants should be planted some distance from each other to improve the air circulation, allowing the leaves and stem to dry quickly. The pruning tools should be disinfected periodically with bleach to kill the fungi.

Humidity levels and leaf problems

Another very effective way to prevent mildew is by ensuring that environmental conditions are not conducive to the growth of white powder like mildew .The plants should be grown in areas which are exposed to bright sunlight as the heat in the sunlight will kill the fungi spores causing the mildew to some extent .

The gardener should water the plant early in the morning, so that most of the water will evaporate during the day and humidity levels remain lower, so that fungi cannot flourish .

It is observed that the mildew causing fungi flourish when humidity levels are high, so reducing moisture levels can prevent mildew to some extent.

Removing infected leaves

One very effective Powdery Mildew Treatment is by removing the affected leaves and other stem areas as soon as the mold is detected. The leaves should be buried in the ground, and covered with mulch so that the fungus spores are killed and do not spread to other plants in the area .

The infected leaves and other plant parts should not be used for composting as this will increase the transmission of the fungus spores. The leaves and other parts should be destroyed completely so that no trace of the plant and mildew causing fungi remain.

Regular inspection of the plant to check for mildew is highly recommended.

Powdery mildew on leaves

Many gardeners are looking for a suitable Powdery Mildew Treatment as powdery mildew which affects the leaves and stems of a wide variety of plants is a widespread problem in most areas.

A white powder like coating is formed on the stem and both sides of the leaves, which is caused by different types of fungi, which are related to each other. Both flowering plants and vegetables are affected by the powdery mildew and some of the plants on which powdery mildew is observed include tomato, hibiscus, cucumber,beans.

Since the powdery mildew can cause the leaves to drop and prevent the buds from flowering , many gardeners are looking for a Powdery Mildew Treatment which effective and inexpensive.

Fungicides for treating leaf diseases

There are also a number of sulphur and copper based fungicides available for treating the white powder mildew and other fungi diseases.

These fungicides should be applied once in a week or every 10 days to destroy the fungi. There are also some herbal fungicides and bio fungicides available for eliminating the mildew.

So depending on the availability and price of the product for destroying the leaf fungus, the most effective Powdery Mildew Treatment method may be selected.

Cleaning leaves from the front yard of the home

One of the examples of the increasing intolerance in India is how people are under great pressure to keep their front yard or garden extremely clean, and ensure that all the leaves that fall down are removed immediately and thrown out of the compound so that the local cleaner will remove the leaves
However removing the leaves which have fallen down, increases the load on the public waste disposal system in the area, as the muncipality worker have to handle a larger volume of waste
Additionally the home owner, who is throwing out the fallen leaves, will also loose quality fertile soil, as the leaves are converted into fertile soil after some time, usually less than a year. Quality soil is fairly expensive at Rs 60 a kilo or more

The government employees are not going to compensate or purchase the soil for the citizen who is throwing out the leaves, so why are they interfering

Jaraamla,nelanelli, bhuamlika or Phyllanthus amarus plants and leaves available

Jaraamla,nelanelli, bhuamlika or Phyllanthus amarus plants and leaves are available in panaji, goa for anyone interested.

These plants are some of the easiest plants to grow in the garden, and will multiply rapidly.

Fresh leaves and dried leaves can be provided in bulk

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Periwinkle plant leaves available

In panaji, many people are throwing their periwinkle plant out especially the white variety as the periwinkle plants not valued
compared to a few decades ago, fewer periwinkle plants are visible, due to radiation levels
leaves contain
used for the treatment of blood cancer and hodgkins disease

Limited stock of periwinkle leaves available

Rats and mice eating all the leaves of plants

In December 2017, the number of rats and mice in panaji, goa has increased rapidly as no pest control methods are being implemented by the local authorities to check their population. While homes on the ground floor have always been plagued by rats in panaji, goa now even homes on the third floor of apartment complexes are getting flooded with rats which climb the pipes and enter homes
Despite using glue traps for trapping 6 rats, the rats and mice continue to flood the homes, eating everything they can get hold of. They are eating all the leaves of the few plants kept in the balcony .
Usually animals avoid eating the leaves of pothos or money plants as the leaves are poisonous, however the rats of panaji are so hungry, that even the leaves of the money plant were all eaten.
They had also eaten many of the leaves of a chilli plant, however the plant managed to survive
Any tips to prevent garden and leaf damage by rats, mice will be greatly appreciated

Edible, medicinal leaves available in December 2017

The following edible and medicinal leaves are available for sale in December 2017
– Insulin
– Ajwain
– Aloe vera
– Phyllanthus Amaranthus
– Lemon grass
– Mint

Fresh leaves and dried leaves can be provided in quantities required.

The leaves can be consumed raw or processed in the form of chutneys, soups, juices.

Please contact with your requirement