Phomopsis Blight of Juniper?

Answer Phomopsis blight is a fungal disease that infects many types of juniper, including Rocky Mountain, creeping and eastern red cedar. The disease mainly affects plants in the eastern United States. Th... Read More »

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Chrysanthemum Blight?

Chrysanthemums are perennial, flowering plants that come in a wide range of colors and growing habits. They range from white to burgundy and dwarf to shrub-sized. As long as you provide them with w... Read More »

What Causes Potato Blight?

Late blight is a leaf disease of potatoes. The potato (Solanum tuberosum) ranks as one of the five most important food crops in the world, making it highly important economically. Late blight (LB) ... Read More »

Nectria Twig Blight?

Plants are prone to infection from living organisms called pathogens. Though there are various pathogens likely to invade trees, the most common among them are fungi that cause diseases like nectri... Read More »

Is the"chestnut blight"a horse?

Although horses have horny growths on the insides of their legs called chestnuts or can have a coat color referred to as chestnut, the chestnut blight has nothing to do with horses. Chestnut blight... Read More »