Growing Snow Peas, also Sugar Peas, Mangetout, Chinese Peas

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02 Jun 21 Tom (Australia - temperate climate)
Do I need vegetable dust to protect snow peas?
14 Jun 21 John Mauger (Australia - temperate climate)
peas are relatively pest resistant apart from, perhaps, slugs. The main problem you can have with peas is Powdery Mildew, a white powder on the leaves. This can be controlled with a fungicide or with a spray made from 10% milk (any sort) in water. This spray is used by organic growers.. Trust this helps
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