Squash getting to much water


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We’ve had a lot of rain past 2 weeks and getting to much water. Looks like a fungus. Will it recover?
 

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We’ve had a lot of rain past 2 weeks and getting to much water. Looks like a fungus. Will it recover?
That looks like early stage powdery mildew. You can probably save the plants if you spray ASAP. Spray with either Neem Oil, baking soda or hydrogen peroxide.
 
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That looks like early stage powdery mildew. You can probably save the plants if you spray ASAP. Spray with either Neem Oil, baking soda or hydrogen peroxide.

I sprayed with baking soda yesterday. Is that a one and done or do I need to spray daily?
 
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I sprayed with baking soda yesterday. Is that a one and done or do I need to spray daily?
I'd do it every other day for about 2 weeks just to make sure. Especially if the weather doesn't cooperate. I had the same thing but mine was caused by super high humidity for days and days and that's what I did. When the humidity got back to something resembling normal I stopped spraying and the plants seem to be cured.
 
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I'd do it every other day for about 2 weeks just to make sure. Especially if the weather doesn't cooperate. I had the same thing but mine was caused by super high humidity for days and days and that's what I did. When the humidity got back to something resembling normal I stopped spraying and the plants seem to be cured.
well I’m not sure if I got to it fast enough.
 

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