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Plum Fruit Split
18 Jul 2016

Plum Fruit split is a condition (as opposed to a disease) where the fruit is damaged by one or more splits, in the skin of your plums. These splits are generally forked or branched, and althought they tend only to be surface deep, by breaking the skin they do allow diseases and pests to attack ot...

Coral Spot Disease
18 Jul 2016

Coral Spot - Identification and Treatment The small orange pustules of coral spot are very distinctive. Normally, the fungus (Nectria cinnabarina) is found on dead wood (peasticks, stacked logs, runner bean poles and the like). It produces spores through the year which can infect living plant ti...

Rose Bush Diseases: Black Spots on Leaves
Julian Bosdari 18 Jul 2016

Rose Black Spot (Diplocarpon Rosae) is the most widespread and serious fungal disease affecting members of the rose family. Black Spot attacks the leaves and a bad case can defoliate a rose bush completely. This loss of leaf reduces the vigour of the rose and can ultimately kill it. Black Spot sp...

Honey Fungus - Armillaria mellea
18 Jul 2016

What is Honey Fungus? Honey fungus is a spreading, parasitic fungus that lives on trees and woody shrubs. It is neither small nor a passing fad - the largest single honey fungus so far discovered is nearly 4 miles square (that is 2 miles along each edge) and is several thousand years old. It ca...

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