Powdery Mildew – Vegetable Quiz

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Powdery Mildew - Vegetable Quiz

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Reference: Powdery Mildew - Vegetable Fact Sheet.

1) Powdery mildew typically causes little damage on most plants, although the disease can potentially cause serious problems on vegetables such as corn and green beans.(Required)
2) Pine and spruce trees are not affected by powdery mildew.(Required)
3) Powdery mildew on phlox, lilacs, and cucumbers is caused by different bacteria.(Required)
4) The powdery mildew pathogen readily overwinters(Required)
5) Powdery mildew is typically more of a problem when the weather is hot and dry.(Required)
6) Management of powdery mildew can include(Required)
7) Plant varieties resistant to powdery mildew will still show symptoms/signs of the disease, just less severe symptoms/signs than non-resistant varieties.(Required)