Many diseases called anthracnose produce similar necrotic lesions and shoot diebacks as seen with sycamore anthracnose. There are some diseases called anthrancose that produce cankers (apple anthracnose) or fruit rots (blueberry ripe rot).
Jay W. Pscheidt, 1994.
Disease caused by acervuli-forming fungi (order Melanconzales) and characterized by sunken lesions and necrosis.
Wear protective clothing and safety devices as recommended on the label. Bathe or shower after each use.
Read the pesticide label—even if you’ve used the pesticide before. Follow closely the instructions on the label (and any other directions you have).
Be cautious when you apply pesticides. Know your legal responsibility as a pesticide applicator. You may be liable for injury or damage resulting from pesticide use.
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H - Home garden packaging commonly available. O - Acceptable in organic production.