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Iron chlorosis

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Powdery Mildew
Microsphaeria alnia var. vacinii

  • Powdery white fungal growth may be seen in spots, covering the upper surface of the leaf, or not at all
  • Leaves may be reddish green, have red spots or red rings
  • Leaves may be cupped or distorted around infections
  • Infected leaves fall off prematurely
  • Often seen mid to late summer
  • More information on Powdery Mildew
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Nitrogen Deficiency

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Ring spot virus

  • Leaves may be mottled pale green and yellow, and distorted
  • Brown spots may be seen on leaves and stems
  • Plants have poor growth and yield
  • Plants eventually die, often after a hard winter
  • More information on Ring spot virus

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