A customer has a question or concerns and I hope we can get some opinions on it, thanks
“Could you please help me identify this and the best home remedy and reasonably priced product I could use to kill it? It is shishkaberry grown mostly in the sun in Miami Florida in a pot but I supplement it with a 25 watt LED light. I used fox farm soil as a medium and use their tiger bloom big bloom and big grow plant food. I tried spraying a milk-water mix and I tried apple cider and I tried Ajax. What else can I do? The growth is appearing from the ground up. The top leaves look great.
It is a shishkaberry that is beginning to flower. I am growing outside in a pot in fox farm soil and I feed it fox farm big bloom and fix farm tiger bloom, each a teaspoon every week. The weather is very hot; 85-100 degrees F but the temperature is starting to go down now to the mid 70’s. And the humidity is 90 to 100%. All grown outside, no CO2 tank and no air conditioning. I do use a 25 watt LED growlight from 4 pm to 7 pm each evening. Please identify this flaky white stuff and please identify the best: A) home remedy and B) the best retail product. I have already tried spraying a milk water mix. Then I tried spraying apple cider vinegar. The milk seemed to work for a four days. Then it came back.”