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Problem Solver > Azaleas > Powdery Mildew

What’s this white stuff covering the leaves of my plants? It looks like someone has attacked them with a dusting of baby powder. If this is how your plants look, it’s time to take a closer look at them.

Powdery mildew is a nasty fungus that makes yearly appearances in many gardens and landscapes. It’s a garden nuisance that adores high humidity and dry conditions that comes with summer and can last into the autumn. Water splash and wind can spread the spores, which grow on the surfaces of leaves only.

The appearance of a whitish powder coating on top and underneath leaves and buds. Older leaves ten to become blackened, new growth is distorted and discoloured and flower buds may fail to open. 

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