this would be a good idea. No harm will come to your crop, and the sensitive
weed may succumb to mildew. . .Russ
Frits v/d Laan wrote:
> I would like to know anyone who tried something like this before.
> To prevent mildew I use some organic extractions and I would like to
> add mildew itself as a spray.
> because most plants have different types of mildew I would like to
> use mildew from one of the very sensitive weeds that grow and
> allready are white from the fungus and make a thea or spray from
> Then spray the cultivated plants with this and wait for the natural
> reaction from the plants or from other fungi that protect the plants
> by destroing the mildew.
> (Vaccination principle)
> Does someone know something about this.
> Frits v/d Laan
> Organic horticulture. Gouda - Netherlands
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