How to Treat Leaf Curl?

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Leaf Curl is treated in several ways. The most common is by spraying herbicide. Also, if dripping water is kept from leaves until the temperatures are warm his can help.
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1. Measure the recommended amount of fungicide into the hose end sprayer and turn on the hose. There are many fungicides that work, but a copper-based formula is safe and easy to
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Leaf curl is also a plant disease causing the curling of a leaf.
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Try some copper oxychloride - also called 'copper fungicide' - which will prevent new leaves from curling from the infection and with regular application, will prevent future flushes
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Leaf curl is a fungal disease that is characterized by the curling of the leaves of the plant. IN extreme cases it can lead to complete defoliation of the plant and is found to affect the peach plant. The pathogens are found on the leaves and give the leaves a rusty feel to the touch and the fungus is visible to the naked eye. Treatment is most effective if applied immediately after the plant has been affected by the disease and the most effective treatment is a well timed fungicidal application
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