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Jennifer Olson, Assistant Extension Specialist and Plant Disease Diagnostician, talks us through the different types of Rust that can be found on your trees and best ways to handle it.

Airdate (04-10-21) #4741
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RC DC . 4 months ago

I hv Asia pear with rust ruining more fruits each year. Hv a quince and a juniper near by, but I see no evidence of rust in either of them. Strange. Thinking to cut back the pear very hard in fall, as remedy. Good or bad idea? In northern VA.

Greg Steeves

Greg Steeves . 4 months ago

Very informative and well-presented video on this topic.

Malcolm Clement

Malcolm Clement . 4 months ago

Is it possible to have two different types of rust? One leaf has some black spots or dark brown spots as well as a few brighter orange/red spots more reminiscent of rust

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