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billrolfes
billrolfes
  March 31, 2016
There are little orange eggs, moldy growth and wilted tender shoots. What is it?
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courtflemo
courtflemo
  March 19, 2014
what type of disease is this? a fungal,bacterial,viral or enviromental?
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courtflemo
courtflemo
  March 19, 2014
What is the disease of this plant?
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jessica_9455
jessica_9455
Please help identify!
  Please help identify! October 01, 2013
Hi there! I have whatever fungus/mold this is all throughout my lawn. I want to know what it is so I can get rid of it and also want to find out if it is toxic to my dogs, since they seem to have picked up stomach issues since this appeared. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated! Thanks! Please help identify!
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forager
forager
Parasitic Worm Galls
  Parasitic Worm Galls July 09, 2012
Parasitic Worm Galls
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forager
forager
Spikey Leaf Galls
  Spikey Leaf Galls July 09, 2012
Spikey Leaf Galls
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dsfree0827
dsfree0827
Help With Tomato Plants
  Help With Tomato Plants May 28, 2012
I am trying to find out want to do about the brownish dry spots appearing on my tomato plant leaves. I've attached a picture of one of the leaves. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Help With Tomato Plants
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tranera
tranera
  May 10, 2012
What is it? Does anyone know what the brown patterns starting from the tips of the leaves are?
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JulieDannenberg
JulieDannenberg
Cottony cushion scale
  Cottony cushion scale March 06, 2011
-lives on citrus plants or on woody part of vine in my case -looks like barnacles (peach or light orange colored) -5mm to 8mm long -ooses bright orange liquid when removed from plant (that's the egg sac that bursts) -white hairs or "cotton-like" fibers that attach to plant are always longer on one end, creating about a 45 degree angle of attachment. These are the adult female egg sacs. I found out what this is from the Department of Agriculture! You can find out all about them from th Cottony cushion scale
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Thunder
Thunder
Blossom End Rot
  Blossom End Rot August 06, 2010
On tomato and eggplant, blossom-end rot usually begins as a small water-soaked area at the blossom end of the fruit (Figure 1). This may appear while the fruit is green or during ripening. As the lesion develops, it enlarges, becomes sunken and turns black and leathery. In severe cases, it may completely cover the lower half of the fruit, becoming flat or concave Blossom-end rot is not caused by a parasitic organism but is a physiologic disorder associated with a low concentration of calcium in Blossom End Rot
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sebastian23
sebastian23
Ocimum Tenuiflorum- Sweet Holy Basil/Tulsi - White discoloration
  Ocimum Tenuiflorum- Sweet Holy Basil/Tulsi - White discoloration July 22, 2010
It may be a product of over watering. I can produce closeups if necessary. Please help me save my baby! Ocimum Tenuiflorum- Sweet Holy Basil/Tulsi - White discoloration
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Thunder
Thunder
Unknown growth on Virginia Pine
  Unknown growth on Virginia Pine June 30, 2010
Unknown growth on Virginia Pine
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Leaf Miner Larvae
  Leaf Miner Larvae June 30, 2010
Leaf Miner Larvae
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Strange Growths on Trumpet Creeper
  Strange Growths on Trumpet Creeper June 25, 2010
I'm not sure if this is some part of the plant, a virus, bacteria, or fungus. Strange Growths on Trumpet Creeper
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Thunder
Thunder
Unknown reddening of leaf
  Unknown reddening of leaf June 13, 2010
Unknown reddening of leaf
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raspirate
raspirate
Spotted, Yellow Iris Leaves
  Spotted, Yellow Iris Leaves May 25, 2010
Spotted, Yellow Iris Leaves
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terrahbell
terrahbell
Leaf Miner
  Leaf Miner May 08, 2010
Leaf Miner
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heidbenati
heidbenati
Unknown Fungus, Unknown Plant
  Unknown Fungus, Unknown Plant October 25, 2009
Unknown Fungus, Unknown Plant Unknown Fungus, Unknown Plant
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heidbenati
heidbenati
Red and White Tree Lichen
  Red and White Tree Lichen July 23, 2009
Red and White Tree Lichen Spots Red and White Tree Lichen
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Red Blister Leaf Disease
  Red Blister Leaf Disease May 15, 2009
Maybe Plum leaf blister (Polystigma rubrum) - Red leaf spots Red Blister Leaf Disease
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Leslie
Leslie
Clubroot
  Clubroot May 03, 2009
Clubroot is a common disease of cabbages, radishes, turnips and other plants belonging to the family Cruciferae (mustard family). It is caused by Plasmodiophora brassicae, which was once considered a slime mold but is now put in the group Phytomyxea. It has as many as nine races. Gall formation or distortion takes place on latent roots and gives the shape of a club or spindle. In the cabbage such attacks on the roots cause undeveloped heads or a failure to head at all, followed often by decline Clubroot




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