26 Aug

(News and Sentinel) – Area gardeners are being warned to watch out for downy mildew in cucumbers.

Because of wet conditions this summer, downy mildew and other fungal disease may affect Mid-Ohio Valley gardeners more than usual, said J.J. Barrett, WVU Extension Agent for Agriculture in Wood County.

Downy mildew is a disease that attacks cucumbers and other members of the cucurbit family.

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