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Disease Identification

Take All Patch

Take All Patch- Take all patch is a disease that tends to attack St. Augustine Grass but will also affect Bermuda as well, especially during the growing season when moisture levels are high either from humidity or excess rainfall. Some of the symptoms that you will see

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Sooty Mildew

Sooty Mildew: The fungus’ darkened mycelium gives plants the appearance of being covered with soot, this fungus does not infect the plant but in fact grows on the outer surface where another problem may occur such as honeydew (a thick sticky layer of liquid left by sucking

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Rust

Rust: Rust are fungi from the Uredinales order. The majority of these species are plant parasites. Most of the rust have two or more host and possibly up to five spore stages. These type of fungi reproduce asexually. They travel by air causing foliar problems for several

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Powdery Mildew

Powdery Mildew: powdery mildew can infect a wide range of plants – from houseplants to trees to roses- powdery mildew can affect different plants at different times of the growing season. Some plants can tolerate this fungus and continue to thrive while others can be severely injured

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Brown Patch

    Brown Patch: Disease of lawns. Rhizoctonia Solani – Brown patch in turf grasses causes ugly dead or dying patches to appear during hot humid heat stressed months. Brown patch can occur quickly – within 24-48 hours. In a shorter cut lawn it can appear as

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Black Spot of Rose

Black Spot of Rose: Diplocarpon Rosae- Black spot is the most common pest with roses. Black spot causes the entire plant to become weak and to slowly begin to produce less blooms. Infected plants will begin to show black spots on the top of the leaf surface,

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Bacterial Leaf Spot

Bacterial Leaf Spot:Xanthomonas Compestris pv. Hederae- many plants are susceptible to bacterial diseases, especially when the weather gets hot and humid or during gloomy winter months. Plants can begin to show sign, such as wilting or leaf spot. Bacteria are almost always present on plant surfaces and

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