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Comment: Unknown Plant Disease

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margaret carman

perth December 05, 2010
I have exactly the same problem on some of my camelias, worse on the sasanquas, and often only affecting part of the plant, or even part of a stem. Tried copper fungicide with ? some effect; also told it could be due to too heavy waterering.....Would love to know what it is and how to treat it.
gardengeek
gardengeek
May 23, 2010
Hi Muffincricket

This is perfect, it narrows it down a lot. At first glance, it looks like a fungus, but it could be mites.
If you really want to be sure, you'll want to find a magnifying glass. Or if you have a digital camera, you can set it to "Macro" and it will take clear up-close images. You can even hold a magnifying glass up to the lens of the camera, and it will take macro images.
If it's a fungus, you'll see a few tiny hairs. If it's from mites, you'll see the tiny mites.

muffincricket
muffincricket
May 23, 2010
I hope I'm doing this right == I asked a question about my camellia plant disease and I was asked to take a photo. This is the best I could do with the tools I had. I hope you can identify the disease.

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