Privet Anthracnose?

Answer Ligustrum vulgare or privet is a medium-sized shrub that averages between 10 and 15 feet tall. It is native to northern Africa and Europe but is naturalized to the eastern United States. Privet is ... Read More »

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Anthracnose on Roses?

The fungus Sphaceloma rosarum causes a disease called anthracnose on roses. The infection is also known as shot-hole fungus, purple spotting and spot anthracnose. It is most severe during the sprin... Read More »

Dogwood Tree Anthracnose?

Dogwood anthracnose is a destructive disease that was first identified on dogwood trees during the late 1970s. The infection decimates wild and cultivated populations of Pacific dogwood and eastern... Read More »

How to Control Dogwood Anthracnose?

Dogwoods are beautiful trees that typically grow under other trees. They normally grow to heights 20 feet or less and have crooked branches with pink or white blooms that develop in the spring. Ant... Read More »

Indian Hawthorn Anthracnose?

Anthracnose is a leaf spot disease caused by several fungi, including Colletotrichum gloeosporioides. The fungus causes unsightly blotching on the foliage of ornamental shrubs like hawthorn and, ... Read More »