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Black Spot Diseases By Colton Alley and Chris Gillihan
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What causes black spot Most common cause of black spot on plants is fungal and several other types can cause theses sots. Over a 1,000 fungal species are known to cause black spot
Sign and Symptoms of Black Spot Circular back patches that appear on plant leaves. Members of the rose family are most common to this black spot. Plant finally dies and loses all its leaves.
How To Control Black Spot Identify the diseases Implement cultural control Use chemical control Systematicaly use fungicides Practice prevention
What kind of plants may it effect Can attack any plant with fleshy leaves and stems
How to prevent black spot Plant in full sun Plant in area with good air circulation Water correctly Remove leaves that show signs of infection Keep clean garden Choose resistant cultivars
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