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hounddawg

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was checking out my pruning from February, noticed one tree looks great, BUT covered in bulges covered in a yellow fungus based where stem meets the stem and a few on the leaf, , any help at all needed very badly..
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suggest visiting you county agent on this. it sounds a leaf fungus but as you describe it it normally is on peaches.
 

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thanks for driving me to drink jswordy,,,,,, oh and my mistake the bulge is at end of leaf by the stem, not at stem to stem, must have been doing a quality check at tat time, quality check is a term learned here by to people, GOD LOVE YOU ONE AND ALL,
and thank you salcoco,, I will check out the land management office , thank you

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I hope to heck it isn't fire blight, a very common problem in the Southeast. We just gave up at my place and quit planting susceptible plants. Mulberry is in the rose family, so it is susceptible.

http://www.groworganic.com/organic-gardening/articles/controlling-fire-blight-organically
 

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thanks for driving me to drink jswordy,,,,,, oh and my mistake the bulge is at end of leaf by the stem, not at stem to stem, must have been doing a quality check at tat time, quality check is a term learned here by to people, GOD LOVE YOU ONE AND ALL,
and thank you salcoco,, I will check out the land management office , thank you

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Yeah, I had to quit beating my head against a wall. We had peaches, we had redbud tress, we have had other plants in the rose family, all fire blighted. Some would start out well, then after a couple years get it. I hope that's not it. Kind of curious, so let us know.

You want to get driven to drink? Unsuspectingly put in an underground gas line with a contaminated Ditch Witch and watch a beautiful tall, full maple tree that shaded your whole yard wither up and die. Then find out that what caused it makes that ground unsuitable for any replacement maple and many other trees, as well. That'll put the bottle in your shaking hand.

See this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Verticillium_wilt
 
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Yeah, I had to quit beating my head against a wall. We had peaches, we had redbud tress, we have had other plants in the rose family, all fire blighted. Some would start out well, then after a couple years get it. I hope that's not it. Kind of curious, so let us know.

You want to get driven to drink? Unsuspectingly put in an underground gas line with a contaminated Ditch Witch and watch a beautiful tall, full maple tree that shaded your whole yard wither up and die. Then find out that what caused it makes that ground unsuitable for any replacement maple and many other trees, as well. That'll put the bottle in your shaking hand.

See this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Verticillium_wilt
 
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