Sunday, May 20, 2012

Black Root Rot

Black Root Rot affects a wide range of ornamentals.
Black root rot results in the decay of root systems; however, the most obvious symptoms are observed on above-ground portions of the plant. Foliar symptoms include yellowing, wilting, and necrosis (death) of foliage. Above-ground foliar symptoms are the result of root decay; as a result, the reduced root system is unable to take up sufficient water and nutrients to support foliage and stems. There is no cure for black root rot.

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