Plant Protection
Wheat Fungus Management
Wheat Powdery Mildew

Powdery mildew is characterized by a dusty-white to gray coating and talcum powder-like growth commonly infecting plant's leaves. It begins as circular, powdery-white spots that turn yellow-brown and finally black. In most cases, the fungal growth can be partially removed by rubbing the leaves.

wheat powdery mildew

Powdery mildew is commonly found on the upper side of the leaf. It also infects the underneath surface of the leaf, young stem, bud, flower, and young fruit. The infected leaf becomes distorted, turns yellow with small patches of green, and falls off prematurely. Infected buds fail to open. Other injuries include stunting and distortion of leaves, buds, growing tips, and fruits. Infected seedlings will eventually die.

Chemical control: Carbendazim,Myclobutanil.

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