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The Birch Leaf Miner
... the edges. As the leaf miner continues to eat, brown spots near the centre of the leaf become apparent. The leaf miner will continue to feed on the inner leaf tissue. The results of which resemble blisters and have many small black specks of frass (waste) distributed throughout the damaged tissue ...
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Peach Leaf Curl, HYG-3006-94
... be further reduced when blossoms and young fruit become diseased and drop. Symptoms Symptoms of leaf curl appear in the spring. Developing leaves become severely distorted (thickened and puckered), and have ... disease does not occur every year. Leaf curl is worse when the weather is cool and wet. Low temperatures are thought to retard maturation of leaf tissue, thus prolonging the time infection may ...
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Leaf Diseases on Ornamental Trees and Shrubs, HYG-3044-96
... a few exhibit considerable leaf yellowing and leaf drop in some locations, including 'Madonna' and 'Professor Sprenger.' During moist spring weather the fungus infects leaf tissue and causes small ... veins. Leaf tissue in the blotches often reddens, browns, dries, shrivels and leaf drop sometimes occurs. The fungus reproduces rapidly and multiple infections occur during periods of leaf wetness ...
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Leaf Terminology (Part 2)
... Inflorescence Terminology Part 2 5. Leaf Shapes A. The Prefix "Ob" In A Descriptive Leaf Term B. Images Of Leaf Shapes 6. Leaf Apices 7. Leaf Bases 8. Leaf Margins 9. Leaf Surfaces Botanical terms that ... annual and perennial grasses is at the base of the leaves and continually produces more leaf tissue. This is undoubtedly an adaptation to grazing animals which could destroy the grass plant if ...
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Leaf Scorch Caused By High Temperature
... Leaf Scorch Caused By High Temperature Hot, dry summer weather can cause leaf scorch. The leaf tissue on the edges (Vis. 1) and between the main leaf veins dies. Eventually the entire leaf may be dead except for a narrow band of live, green tissue ...
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Pear Leaf Blister Mite
... Heavy infestations cause blistering of leaves that can seriously impair leaf function. Early feeding of the mites on the developing fruit ... oval russet spots, usually depressed with a halo of clear tissue surrounding each spot, is a characteristic symptom of blister mite ... start feeding. The resulting irritation produces a thickening of the leaf tissue a gall. The eggs are laid in the fall and ...
www.canr.msu.edu

Get Growing Gardening Tips 48- Birch Leaf Miner
... Dr. Michael Hickman, Associate Director, Devonian Botanic Garden Birch Leaf Miner The BIRCH LEAF MINER (Fenusa pusilla) is the most common of ... leaf surface of the young leaves near the midrib. Larvae enter the leaves soon after hatching, and feed on the inner leaf tissue. ... will keep the tree healthy and better able to withstand leaf miner attacks. Return to Get Growing Gardening Tips Main Page Back ...
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Angular Leaf Spot of Cucumber
... , Virginia Tech Publication Number: 450-700, Posted December 2000 Angular leaf spot of cucurbits is caused by the bacterium Pseudomonas syringae pv ... important on cucumbers in Virginia. Fig. 1. Angular leaf spot sumptoms on a squash leaf. (Photo by R. L. Wick-U. Mass.). ... lesions and dries to form a thin, white crust. Affected leaf tissue often dries and drops out, leaving irregularly shaped holes in ...
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Azalea Leaf and Flower Gall
... (Fig. 1). The swollen plant tissues or "galls" are made up of abnormal plant tissue. Infected leaf tissue is usually pale green in color during the early stages of the disease; infected ... susceptible to this disease. Table 1. Cultivars of azalea exhibiting resistance or susceptibility to azalea leaf and flower gall Highly Susceptible Azalea Cultivars China Seas Hinodeii White Gumpo Copperman Mother' ...
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Bacterial Leaf Diseases of Foliage Plants
... diseases. Plant Symptoms Agave spp. Leaf tissue become translucent and eventually collapse. Asplenium spp. (Bird's Nest Fern, Figure 3) Translucent lesions around leaf margins turn yellow, then brown. ... Vines) Coleus spp. Zebrina spp. (Wandering Jew) Leaf tissue becomes translucent and papery in areas. Leaves become limp and collapse. Dracaena sanderana A leaf spot caused by Pseudomonas spp. produces ...
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