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Suggestions for the identification and control of azalea flower spot by United States. Bureau of Plant Industry. Division of Fruit and Vegetable Crops and Diseases

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Published in Washington .
Written in English

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  • Azalea flower blight

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ContributionsWeiss, Freeman Albert, 1892-
The Physical Object
Pagination5 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25935644M

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  Ask the Expert: what would get the white fungus off azaleas, leaf the azalea has white on them, on the leafs is it a fungus, what can spray on them will mild soapy water work. Janet Flower Shop Network Plant Expert Reply: First we need to determine if you really have a fungus. Is the white substance powdery and can you wipe it off. If so, you have a fungus called . If the azalea flower itself is the only part of the plant that appears to be suffering and turning brown, the azalea has Ovulinia azaleae, or petal blight. This is a fungal disease that affects flowers within a day of contraction, which is why flowers may be . Colorful, evergreen shrubs and bushes that are popular in the south, azaleas (Rhododendron) offer early color in many sizes and shapes. These easy-to-care-for plants thrive in partial shade with moderate water, making them similar to their more cold-hardy cousins in the Ericaceae family, including rhododendron, mountain laurel and blueberries. Even though each Azalea flower has its own stem, there are so many tightly packed stems in a blooming plant, that the flowers may appear to grow in Rhododendron-like clusters. Horticultural enthusiasts have created hybrid Azaleas for at least two centuries, and this work has created over 10 different cultivars.