Milk spray controls powdery mildew!

[font=verdana][size=140][size=120]Milk is as effectively as synthetic fungicides (fenarimol or benomyl, etc.). Spray 10% (1 liter milk+9 liters water) milk for powdery mildew, it really works.

sciencenews.org/view/generic … ildew_Woes

puyallup.wsu.edu/~linda%20ch … mildew.pdf
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Good info, I heard earlier that even butter milk works for some pests.
Wonder if anyone has tested these locally?

Milk works fine, I have tested it in my fields.

I have tried milk, butter milk and curd to treat dandruff and other fungal infections. So no surprise it works for plants. 

yes, it is true. we have also used it on large scale. the problem we faced was where is milk in abundance to use it for plants when it is in short supply for human use? looking at the demand for milk synthetic milk is now developed?
this is the problem.

YOU HAVE A POINT BUDDY…BUT WHAT DON’T WE HAVE SHORTAGE OF FERTILIZER IN SEASON, SHORTAGE OF ELECTRICITY FOR IRRIGATION, SHORTAGE OF RELIABLE PESTICIDES?..LIST GOES LONG

yes, we have found out a solution for this short supply on large scale. we do not depend on milk at all now.

Care to share on the forum?

Dear friends,

Any further information on the crops on which this works? Why no further posts? This is interesting topic and needs further inputs from the various members who have tried it.
regards
amoldharkar@hotmail.com