Anthracnose symptoms vary with the plant host, weather, and the time of year
infection occurs. The fungi affect developing shoots and expanding leaves.
Yes, it is possible to control anthracnose without using toxic fungicides and
sprays. ... The fungal disease overwinters in and on seeds, soil and garden
An anthracnose fungus, Discula sp., has been identified as the causal agent.
Infection of dogwoods is favored by cool, wet spring and fall weather, but can
Anthracnose is a general term used to describe diseases that result in a wide ...
Most anthracnose causing fungi are fairly host specific; they will infect many ...
Tips for identifying, controlling, and preventing anthracnose, the fungal plant
disease, from The Old Farmer's Almanac.
A group of fungal diseases that affect a variety of plants in warm, humid areas.
Commonly infecting the developing shoots and leaves, anthracnose fungi (
... and many other deciduous hardwoods are susceptible to a leaf disease called
anthracnose that is caused by various species of the fungus Apiognomonia.
Anthracnose disease attacks all plant parts at any growth stage. ... that become
sunken, wrinkled and dark, with concentric rings of fungal fruiting bodies.
Anthracnose is a widespread fungal disease that affects many different types of
fruit bearing plants and trees as well as grasses. For each case of anthracnose, ...
Generally, the culprit is one of several fungal leaf diseases that begin to express
symptoms .... Common fungal leaf diseases of deciduous trees * Anthracnose.