The leaves are covered with a thin layer or irregular patches of a grayish white powdery material. Infected leaves may turn yellow and drop off. New growth is often stunted. In late summer, tiny black dots (spore-producing bodies) are scattered over the white patches like ground pepper.
Apply a fungicide labeled for this disease, following label directions.
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