A great diagnostic tool that signals when a tree has internal rot.
A fungal parasite that affects only certain types of plants.
When you look up at your favorite cedar tree and notice a gray-green scaly mat covering its branches, you’re likely to think, “Well, that tree’s a goner.”
Fusarium wilt, like the related verticillium wilt, is caused by fungi, which enter the plant through its roots.
A twining parasitic annual found throughout the world that infests both agricultural fields and home gardens.
Powdery mildew is a windblown fungus that begins in small patches and forms a white powdery coating over leaves, stems, flowers, or fruit.
If your houseplants have brown, crusty patches, or look like someone sprayed them with soda pop, your plants may be infested with scale insects.