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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by greenman, Apr 27, 2003.
Does anyone know what this is?
Looks like lime Popsicle's.
Looks like that smilie in your Avatar got to them?? That'll teach ya!
Sorry, I've never seen anything like that on any azaleas around here (or any other plant for that matter). Good luck.
It's lime popsicles I tell ya.
Is it a gall of some kind? Kinda weird looking.
I would say leaf gall.
It's common and widespread in the spring on new leaves as they sprout out.
The leaves become thickened, curled, fleshy and pale green to white. In the latter stages of the disease, the leaves are covered with a white powdery substance. If left on the shrub the affected leaves eventually turn brown. The disease is more alarming than damaging. If you only have a few plants, control the disease by hand picking and destroying diseased leaves as soon as the swelling starts. Leaf gall seldom causes enough damage to justify spraying a fungicide.
... and the winner is ... LIME POPSICKLES???
No - I think Jodi got it right - golf clap.. applause applause