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) to make sure the disease doesn't survive there over winter. Cut away and destroy any mummified fruits you might have missed during harvesting which have survived into the winter.There is no specific remedy for brown rot, but eliminating apple scab, which
featuring myclobutanil during spring and summer will help control the spread of the disease. Bordeaux mixture can also be applied after fruit harvest and during leaf fall.apples, pears, rowan, beech, ash, other broad-leaved treesspring, summer, autumn
Rose powdery mildew is a fungus that produces airborne spores from infected stems or buds on roses. After overwintering on your plants, the disease is most likely to flare up if the roots are in dry soil and the leaves are in humid air - conditions
Clematis wilt is caused by a fungus that enters the plant through a wound made by an insect or an abrasion, such as rubbing from a plant tie. It's spread by water splash, and blocks the uptake of water in the stems, causing instant collapse. Infected foliage must be disposed of i...
Aptly named blackspot is a fungus that causes dark spotting on rose leaves and stems. Eventually, leaves turn yellow and drop off before autumn. Spores overwinter on the fallen leaves and re-infect the plant in spring when new foliage appears. Plants can be weakened by recurrent ...
A fungal disease weakens the plant and can seriously reduce its flowering performance. The brown spots eventually grow together and develop grey centres. Infection is caused by air or water-borne spores entering the plant through damaged leaves
Most lily bulbs are sold in spring, although some, such as Lilium candidum, are sold in the autumn. This is a time when mould can thrive, so check them carefully when you buy to make sure there are no signs of it - an infected bulb can easily spread the fungus. Lily bulbs don't h...
1) General term for any disease or condition causing leaves to appear scorched.2) Incurable fungal disease affecting tulips.
A fungal scale disease that causes lesions on leaves or fruit.
A fungal disease that primarily affects cereal crops, and produces grey or black spores.