MILDEW

Mildew symptoms in corn

Plants can be attacked by diseases, one of them because of fungi. For example, a fungus that attacks corn, namely maize downy mildew. At first, small, round, yellow spots on the leaves leading to pale yellow to white stripes as the oomycete grows in the leaves. Several stripes may be present on each leaf, often extending the entire length. A white downy fungal growth develops on both sides of the leaves, and on the husks. The downy growth develops at night, especially when dew is present.



SOLUTIONS

biotracol

OUR RESULTS

Healthy plants with microbial fungicide application
Healthy plants with microbial fungicide application

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