Posts Tagged ‘wilt’

Oakleaf Hydrangea – Wilt

Armillaria root rot is common in landscape plantings of oakleaf hydrangea. The initial symptom is wilting of one or more shoots that previously seemed healthy. Irrigation does no good and within a few weeks the rest of the branches wilt...

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Tomato Disease Guide

Tomatoes are favorite summer vegetable but they are susceptible to several diseases and conditions. Following are excellent guides to diagnosing tomato diseases. UGA Tomato Problems Guide Auburn Tomato Disease Guide Texas – Diagnosing Tomato Problems Maine Tomato Problem Guide Wilt,...

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Tomato – Wilt Diseases

Q: We have had a rather large garden, with the usual variety of vegetables, in the same location for forty years. Everything does great except tomatoes. For the last several years, the plants die a sudden death in mid-summer. The...

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Azalea and Rhododendron – Root Rot (Wilting)

Q: I moved into my house in an older neighborhood in 1996. One of the selling factors was that I had seen large azaleas blooming there the previous spring. Since I moved in, though, one by one my azaleas are...

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