Stone Fruit Rust is caused by the pathogen species Tranzschelia and is indicated by brown rust spores on the undersides of leaves. A relatively serious disease in stone fruits and can cause severe defoliation in summer and weakens the trees. Early autumn defoliation can result in off-season bloom during autumn and winter, which reduces yield the following spring.

 

How to control Stone Fruit Rust

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