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May 28, 2014 6:01 PM CST
Name: starlight1153 Zone 8a/b
Joseph... Well if we all moved to the desert, at least you'd have plenty of harvesting help and we's all eat the leftovers for sure. Thumbs up Hilarious!

Misti... Squash especially. Not sure how big your plants are, but I would put some distance between them for air circulation and follow what Joseph said. That all about what you can do.

You might want to t treat your squash and other veggies once a week with the milk solution. It might help with the prevention of further outbreaks. I would make it weak. A 1:10 solution (1 being the milk) and test it on a couple of plants first if you have enough of each type to make sure the solution won't burn your plants , not knowing your area.

It always amazes me that folks down here grow Crepe Myrtle trees and hack them back so they so busy you can't even get your hand threw the leaves and they always get mildew and everything around them. Makes the trees look crudy as can be.

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