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Check out our recent magazine online in the link below greenspot magazine welcome to the green spot.

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Your trusted garden center helping you care for your plants as a gardening enthusiast and nature lover you want to see your plants and trees flourish.

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On ornamental plants remove the affected leaves at the first sign to prevent the bacteria from jumping onto adjacent leaves some of the most common hosts are lettuce beets eggplant peppers and large leaved ornamental plants such as philodendrons.

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Black spot is a fungal disease diplocarpon rosae that affects roses the fungus develops as black spots on the leaves which eventually causes the leaves to turn yellow and drop off.

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gardening pest and disease identifier look for large black or dark purple spots on the surface of the leaves or stems are the main signs of black spot.

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The most common fungal infections blight powdery mildew and black spot can be devastating in your vegetable garden flower garden or fruit trees.

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gardening pest and disease identifier look for mottled yellowing leaves with brown speckles are signs that these tiny pests have been feeding on plant leaf cells.

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General recommendations bacteria that cause leaf and flower spots blights and fruit rots are everpresent in the environment they survive in diseased plant debris from one year to the next and are transferred to new plants by wind splashing rain flowing water contaminated soil and insects.

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