A Technical Report from The Bartlett Tree Research Laboratories

Algal leafspot is a common disease caused by a parasitic alga, Cephaleuros virescens. This pathogen disfigures leaves and may lead to premature defoliation, especially on plants that have been weakened from other environmental stress or insect and disease infestations.



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