Thereof, why does my succulent have white mold?
Powdery mildew is one of the easiest to identify among fungi. … When a succulent is infected by powdery mildew, it will most likely look like it has been dusted with a classic white or grayish, powdery coating. It usually starts as circular, powdery white spots on the leaves and stems.
Beside above, how do you get rid of white mold on succulents?
Treatment. To treat powdery mildew, gently remove any infected leaves and stems that have begun to show signs of damage and then apply a fungicide. Fungicides containing sulfur, neem oil or triforine may be effective at killing powdery mildew on healthy leaves, stems and buds.