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Powdery Mildew on Grapes - Make into Raisins?  RSS feed

 
Brian Vagg
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A quick cursory search on the interwebs didn't yield an answer to my question, so I decided to consult my fellow permies

I have a batch of grapes that have some powdery mildew. The grapes are ripe, by many of them split and some have a slight mold growing in the split. The grapes with the split and mold are still tasty. My question is are there any issues with making them into raisins? I am not squeamish about eating mold or mildew as long as they are safe.

Any suggestions?
 
Mike Feddersen
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This was an interesting video on removing the powdery mildew from some plants with peroxide.

Hydrogen Peroxide Cure
 
João Carneiro
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Mike Feddersen wrote:This was an interesting video on removing the powdery mildew from some plants with peroxide.

Hydrogen Peroxide Cure


I just laughed my heart out, that guy... my god, that guy is so funny. I checked out the other videos he has on youtube, what a performer! And as far as i can tell he's OK with the acuracy of the information on growing tomatoes(the other stuff i really wouldn't know).

 
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