Category: Non-Pest Problems

Fungi problem in shrubs

Fungi Facts

May is here! The old adage says, “April showers bring May flowers,” and so far April hasn’t disappointed; we’ve had a lot of rain recently,

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Dogwoods Beware!

Have you noticed spots and blotches of varying shapes and sizes appearing on your Dogwoods? If so, your Dogwoods could be infected by Anthracnose.  Anthracnose

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Black Knot

Description: Black knot is a serious disease of plum and cherry trees caused by the fungus Apiosporina morbosa. It is referred to as black knot because

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Cedar-Apple Rust

Description: Cedar-apple rust can be very harmful to the health of apple trees. If severe infections of cedar-apple rust continue for several seasons, apple tree death

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Fire Blight

Description: Fire blight gets its name from the burnt appearance it leaves on affected blossoms and twigs. It is one of the most devastating and difficult-to-control

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