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Entries tagged with “Fungal Disease”
The intense heavy rains we’ve received over the past year have encouraged a big uptick in certain plant fungal diseases. Entomosporium leaf spot disease is one we are seeing run rampant this spring and summer.
Heavy rains not only compact soils and raise humidity, but also create the perfect environment for fungal diseases, such as brown patch, in your lawn.
Take care of your soil correctly and in turn, your soil will give to your trees and surrounding landscape.
Sometimes too much of a good thing isn't so good. An abundance of leaves left on the landscape can cause fungal diseases to set in. Which ones? Read on to find out.
Itallian Cypress are browning and slowly dying off across North Texas. What is happening to these stately trees, and why? Learn more in this week's blog.
As the temperatures start to rise, we're looking out for various problems that occur when conditions are favorable. Certain diseases are thriving right now. Which ones? Read on to find out.
Oozing lesions are the result of bleeding cankers.