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|Comment||Thank you for getting back to me on this unusual problem. I never saw any kind of a bug or parasite but did just as you suggested and simply cut off the affected area. That wound has dried out now and the smell is gone. I just hated to top it like that but know it will benefit and continue to grow better. It is back indoor now and happy.|
Plant diseases affecting vegetables, fruits, nuts, lawns, trees, shrubs and ornamental plants. I have just volunteered as an expert on this site as of 01/2011.
Identification and management of plant diseases. Have been employed as a Plant Disease Diagnostician since 2002 and currently work in the Plant Disease and Insect Diagnostic Laboratory at the Oklahoma State University.
National Plant Diagnostic Network, Great Plains Diagnostic Network
B.S. Biology - Lebanon Valley College; M.S. Plant and Soil Sciences,concentration Plant Pathology - University of Delaware; Ph.D. in progress - Oklahoma State University.
Home gardeners, Hobbiests, Plant Breeders, Extension Educators, Nurseries, Greenhouses, Golf Courses, Departments of Agriculture, Industry professionals