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Question of the Week – Azalea Leaf Gall

Posted by romeethredge on April 29, 2015

Last week I had a photo of an azalea leaf with knots on it and it was Azalea Leaf Gall. We see it when the rains come just right and the innoculum is present. It’s not usually a big problem, you can pick them off and dispose of them.

 

This week I was looking at some Bahiagrass planted in a silvipasture situation and there was some of this growing there. What is it and what makes it interesting?

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One Response to “Question of the Week – Azalea Leaf Gall”

  1. Clodhopper said

    Is it mimosa? Capillary reaction when touched?

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