hollyhock rust

hollyhock rust

[′häl·ē‚äk ‚rəst]
(plant pathology)
A fungal disease of the hollyhock caused by the rust fungus Puccinia malvacearum ; characterized by the formation of orange-brown pustules that bear rust-colored teliospores on the undersides of the leaves.
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A IT is hollyhock rust, a common fungal disease that is most troublesome in damp weather.
Firm action a must for hollyhock rust WHY have my hollyhocks got rust?
ASOUNDS like a case of hollyhock rust - it's common in damp and muggy weather.
4 Spray hollyhocks with Dithane or Systhane against hollyhock rust. At the same time treat Kilmarnock willows, hypericums, geraniums, fuchsias and roses.
IT'S hollyhock rust, a fungal disease troublesome in damp weather.
AIt sounds like hollyhock rust. This late in summer it's not worth spraying but at the end of the season remove and bin or burn all affected leaves and stems.
A YOUR plants are infected with hollyhock rust, a common fungal disease that is most troublesome in damp weather.
I shall be planting a few Hollyhocks at the back of my Rhododendron bed and it's worth spraying any Hollyhocks with Systhane in the next couple of weeks in an attempt to prevent Hollyhock rust which causes orange brown rust-like spots all over the foliag e.
YOUR plants have got hollyhock rust, a common fungal disease that is most troublesome in damp weather.
Before you all shout eAnd what about Hollyhock rust, you could slow this the previous autumn and treat it as a biennial, or if you wish to grow it as a perennial, then use Systhane from Bio on a regular basis as a preventative.