What Causes the Black Spots on Hydrangea Leaves?

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Black spots occur on Hydragea leaves as a result of fungus infections. Too much exposure to the sun can as well make the leaves have dark spots. To treat this, you will be required to use a fungicide and prevent the plant from too much sun exposure.
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