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  • Bleach Root With Rot in Hydroponics

    The fungal disease root rot is a constant plague for hydroponic plants. This fungi will…

    Last Updated: Jan 15, 2011 | Views: 17801

  • Fungus in My Zeon Zoysia

    Zoysia grasses are warm season grasses with a low tolerance to cold weather. They are…

    Last Updated: Jan 15, 2011 | Views: 18086

  • Fungus in Flower Beds in Arkansas

    One of the most common fungi found in flower beds in Arkansas consists of leaf…

    Last Updated: Jan 6, 2011 | Views: 12690

  • Black Mold on the Trunk of a Pine Tree

    Black mold or fungal spore masses developing on the trunk of a pine tree can…

    Last Updated: Jan 2, 2011 | Views: 20456

  • About Aspergillus Niger Structure

    Aspergillus niger is a species of fungus that can infect many types of plants, including…

    Last Updated: Nov 30, 2010 | Views: 12699

  • Washington Tree Fungus Sickness

    An airborne fungus, Cryptococcus gattii, first appeared on Vancouver Island in the province of British Columbia,…

    Last Updated: Nov 11, 2010 | Views: 10407

  • Red Thread Lawn Treatment

    A tell-tale sign of red thread lawn disease is visible red threads on the lawn.…

    Last Updated: Nov 9, 2010 | Views: 15343

  • Maple Fungal Disease in Norway

    Fungal diseases can cause severe damage to your Norway maple, a tree that provides abundant…

    Last Updated: Nov 8, 2010 | Views: 6592

  • Flowering Plant Alberta Disease

    Alberta is one of the most fertile regions in Canada, with a favorable cultivation climate…

    Last Updated: Nov 7, 2010 | Views: 4424

  • Fungus Spreads From Camellia to Magnolia

    Home gardeners planting magnolias and camellias within close proximity of each other are potentially courting…

    Last Updated: Nov 4, 2010 | Views: 6783

  • Ipomoea Arborescens Disease

    Ipomoea arborescens, more commonly referred to as morning glory tree, is a popular addition to…

    Last Updated: Nov 2, 2010 | Views: 5862

  • Poisonous Leaves on an Orange Tree

    Orange tree leaves are well-known for being non-toxic for humans; in fact, they are sometimes…

    Last Updated: Nov 1, 2010 | Views: 14543

  • Tree Fungus & Moss

    Tree fungus is damaging to trees and typically a sign that a tree is under…

    Last Updated: Oct 19, 2010 | Views: 24923

  • Nematodes of Bluegrass

    Bluegrass is a soft, dark green perennial grass of particular importance in the northern United…

    Last Updated: Oct 7, 2010 | Views: 3729

  • Corn Seed Treatment

    Fungi in the soil can kill the embryos of corn seeds before they germinate, and…

    Last Updated: Oct 6, 2010 | Views: 7247

  • Fungus on Chinese Trees

    Fungal infections that attack Chinese elm and Chinese dogwood trees, as well as hundreds of…

    Last Updated: Oct 5, 2010 | Views: 6245

  • Copper For Tomato Plants

    There's nothing like a juicy tomato fresh from the garden. Whether it is salsa, soup…

    Last Updated: Oct 3, 2010 | Views: 10710

  • White Diseased Bark on Ficus Tree

    The presence of white diseased bark on a ficus tree is likely the development of…

    Last Updated: Sep 28, 2010 | Views: 9490

  • Root Rot Rotation

    According to the Pennsylvania State University Extension, it is becoming increasingly difficult to combat plant…

    Last Updated: Sep 28, 2010 | Views: 3552

  • Green Mold on a Citrus Tree Trunk

    Citrus of all types are heat lovers. The trees are considered sub-tropical and need to…

    Last Updated: Sep 26, 2010 | Views: 17440

  • Black Mold With Flies on a Magnolia Tree

    A mature magnolia tree in full bloom commands attention from every quarter. The large, white…

    Last Updated: Sep 28, 2010 | Views: 9563

  • Texas Root Rot in Filberts

    Texas root rot, more commonly called cotton root rot, is caused by Phymatotrichopsis omnivora, a…

    Last Updated: Sep 28, 2010 | Views: 6103

  • Bean Plant Bronzing and Sunscald

    Garden beans are vulnerable to a number of pests and diseases that keep them from…

    Last Updated: Sep 28, 2010 | Views: 8465

  • Leyland Cypress Parasites

    Capable of growing 4 feet a year when young, Leyland cypress (x Cupressocyparis leylandii) is…

    Last Updated: Sep 28, 2010 | Views: 8106

  • Growth on Cedar Trees

    The same cedar trees that provide wonderfully bug-repellent wood for home siding and hope chests…

    Last Updated: Sep 28, 2010 | Views: 10664

  • Black Bark Mold on Magnolia Bushes

    The smallest members of the magnolia family, star magnolia (Magnolia stellata) bushes stand only 10…

    Last Updated: Sep 28, 2010 | Views: 11421

  • Big Leaf Magnolia Tree Disease

    Native to isolated woodland pockets across the Southeastern United States, big leaf magnolia (Magnolia macrophylla)…

    Last Updated: Sep 28, 2010 | Views: 8177

  • Fruit & Root Rot Organism

    Fungus is the most common cause of disease on plants, according to the University of…

    Last Updated: Sep 28, 2010 | Views: 3692

  • Spray Program for Peach Trees

    Growing peach trees can be a trying practice due to the multitude of insects and…

    Last Updated: Sep 28, 2010 | Views: 11413

  • Root Rot Organism in Fruits

    The fungus phytophthora will cause the common root rot disease in fruit trees. This infection…

    Last Updated: Sep 28, 2010 | Views: 3519

  • Fir Tree Fungus

    Tall, symmetrical fir trees (Abies spp.) are graceful pine family conifers most at home in…

    Last Updated: Sep 28, 2010 | Views: 7988

  • Black Plant Disease

    Black plant disease, also know as black rot (Botryosphaeria obtusa), causes widespread damage to apple…

    Last Updated: Sep 13, 2010 | Views: 3606

  • Treatments for Rhododendron Root Rot

    One of the more common problems affecting rhododendrons is that of root rot according to…

    Last Updated: Sep 12, 2010 | Views: 5492

  • Plum Tree Parasite

    Plum trees are popular garden performers with fragrant, white or pink spring flowers and attractive…

    Last Updated: Sep 12, 2010 | Views: 6770

  • Greenhouse Infection

    Greenhouses isolate plants from the bug- and disease-infested world outside. However, the same qualities of…

    Last Updated: Sep 12, 2010 | Views: 4814

  • Greening Disease in Phoenix Citrus Trees

    Also known as the yellow dragon disease, greening disease is a serious disease of citrus…

    Last Updated: Sep 11, 2010 | Views: 5518

  • Verbascum Disease

    The genus Verbascum includes multiple species of biennial plants commonly known as mullein. Verbascum thapsus…

    Last Updated: Sep 11, 2010 | Views: 6528

  • Cotton Root Rot

    Cotton root rot (Phymatotrichum omnivorum), also called Texas root rot, occurs on over 2,300 species…

    Last Updated: Sep 10, 2010 | Views: 4457

  • Orange Fungus on a Cedar Tree Trunk

    Cedar-apple rust is a complex disease that lives for two years and spreads between two…

    Last Updated: Sep 9, 2010 | Views: 11070

  • Mildew on Citrus Trees

    Mildew on citrus trees can cause reduced plant growth and health, limb damage and fruit…

    Last Updated: Sep 9, 2010 | Views: 14705

  • Root Fungus in Italian Cypresses

    Italian cypress is a narrow evergreen tree that shoots lance-like up into the air approximately…

    Last Updated: Sep 9, 2010 | Views: 5767

  • Sooty Mold on an Aloe Vera Plant

    The aloe vera plant is attractive, useful and easy to care for. With its thick,…

    Last Updated: Sep 8, 2010 | Views: 9948

  • Vascular Disease in Poplars

    Vascular diseases attack the tissue that conducts water, sugars and mineral nutrients through the trunk…

    Last Updated: Sep 8, 2010 | Views: 6283

  • Ficus Disease

    Ficus plants are small trees, originating from the Old World tropics, that are often found…

    Last Updated: Sep 8, 2010 | Views: 6501

  • Systemic Fungicide for Pine Trees

    Tip blight is a fungal disease that affects Scots, mugo, ponderosa and Austrian pines. The…

    Last Updated: Sep 8, 2010 | Views: 16374

  • Mold on Peony Roots

    Peonies make bright, showy additions to the garden or landscape. Luckily, peonies have very few…

    Last Updated: Sep 7, 2010 | Views: 6197

  • Cotton Root Rot on Crape Myrtles

    Crape myrtle trees are often grown as trees or shrubs within residential and commercial landscapes.…

    Last Updated: Sep 7, 2010 | Views: 7402

  • Fungicide for Root Rot

    Fungus can be one of the most destructive organisms to attack plants. Root rot, which…

    Last Updated: Sep 6, 2010 | Views: 18667

  • Stunted Growth in Plants

    Plant growth requires energy. When plants are fighting damage from pests or pathogens, that energy…

    Last Updated: Sep 6, 2010 | Views: 15902

  • Bougainvillea Infection

    Bougainvillea is a thorny South American creeper that is widely cultivated for its showy flowers.…

    Last Updated: Sep 5, 2010 | Views: 15265

  • Why Roots Rot in an Orange Tree

    Root rot can lead to the loss of crops and severe decline of your orange…

    Last Updated: Sep 4, 2010 | Views: 8757

  • Root Damage on a Grapefruit Tree

    Root damage can kill grapefruit trees. Once you've successfully planted your tree, there's little that…

    Last Updated: Sep 4, 2010 | Views: 6331

  • Tree Transplanting Shock

    Tree transplanting shock occurs in new trees brought home from the nursery and in existing…

    Last Updated: Feb 16, 2011 | Views: 10306

  • Sycamore Tree Disease in Connecticut

    The sycamore tree is a North American native that can be found in all areas…

    Last Updated: Feb 16, 2011 | Views: 3621

  • Sago Palm Disease

    Sago palm trees are low-growing trees that reach a maximum height of only about 20…

    Last Updated: Sep 3, 2010 | Views: 10383

  • Parasites on Meyer Lemon Trees

    The Meyer lemon is actually not a "true" lemon. Imported from China in 1908 by…

    Last Updated: Sep 3, 2010 | Views: 10780

  • Tree Fungus & Mold

    With thousands of pathogenic fungi capable of infecting plants, fungi are the most common causes…

    Last Updated: Sep 2, 2010 | Views: 7798

  • Leaf Spot on Tropical Plants

    According to the University of Missouri, the spots that sometimes form on the leaves of…

    Last Updated: Sep 2, 2010 | Views: 11239

  • Pellicularia Root & Stem Rot

    Pellicularia is a genus of fungi that infect plants and causes root rot, crown rot…

    Last Updated: Sep 2, 2010 | Views: 4559

  • Shrubs Disease

    While shrubs enhance the appearance of a landscape with varied color, texture and form, they…

    Last Updated: Sep 2, 2010 | Views: 6136

  • A Fungus on Bermuda Grass in South Carolina

    When the warm season makes its appearance in South Carolina, your Bermuda grass falls under…

    Last Updated: Sep 2, 2010 | Views: 5307

  • Russian Sage & Chlorosis

    Unlike its name, Russian sage (Perovskia) is not technically a sage; it is a member…

    Last Updated: Sep 2, 2010 | Views: 13803

  • Mildew on Bushes & Trees

    Powdery mildew, caused by more than 1,000 fungus varieties, shares the same general characteristics when…

    Last Updated: Sep 2, 2010 | Views: 4133

  • Emerald Green Arborvitae Disease

    Emerald Green Arborvitae are a common hedge tree that is easy to care for and…

    Last Updated: Sep 2, 2010 | Views: 21157

  • Black Mold in Bermuda Grass

    Bermuda grass (Cynodon spp.) is a popular turf grass throughout the southeastern United States. A…

    Last Updated: Sep 2, 2010 | Views: 12133

  • Lawn Blight Treatment

    Fungus attacks like lawn blight are the most detrimental to bluegrass. The grass develops dead…

    Last Updated: Sep 2, 2010 | Views: 7987

  • Grapefruit Tree Curly Leaf Disease

    Grapefruit trees are susceptible to a variety of diseases, including curly leaf disease caused by…

    Last Updated: Sep 2, 2010 | Views: 7724

  • Viral Disease of Tropical Plants

    Viruses are particles that travel inside of cells. Viruses are nucleic acid that is surrounded…

    Last Updated: Sep 2, 2010 | Views: 6447

  • Soap-Shield for Rust Disease on Tomato Plants

    Soap-Shield is a prepared commercial copper-based spray product. It's sprayed on leaves and surrounding plants…

    Last Updated: Sep 2, 2010 | Views: 9676

  • How to Apply Fungicide & Insecticide Together

    Plants infected with fungi also may have insects creating the problem. For example, fungi such…

    Last Updated: Sep 2, 2010 | Views: 15750

  • Lawn Fungus & Disease

    According to the Purdue University Extension, there are more than 70 diseases that affect lawns.…

    Last Updated: Sep 2, 2010 | Views: 4640

  • White Fungus on Poplar Trees in North Carolina

    Poplars are large trees that thrive in swampy areas and damp riverbanks throughout North Carolina.…

    Last Updated: Sep 2, 2010 | Views: 5072

  • Fertilizer & Fungus

    Fertilizer provides lawns, gardens and crops with the necessary nutrients required for adequate plant growth.…

    Last Updated: Sep 2, 2010 | Views: 6822

  • The Effect of Saltwater on the Growth of Plants

    Growing a garden full of healthy and beautiful plants is dependent on a few basic…

    Last Updated: Sep 2, 2010 | Views: 9581

  • Lemon Trees & Trunk Disease

    While citrus trees are vulnerable to a wide host of problems, fungal pathogens that cause…

    Last Updated: Sep 2, 2010 | Views: 7418