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Camellia petal blight


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Symptoms

- Small brown spots appear on the expanding flower petals, The veins, which usually are darker than the surrounding tissues, often give the blooms a distinctive netted appearance. This netted pattern can be used to distinguish petal blight from cold injury. These spots quickly increase in size until the entire blooms turns a dull brown. The blighted petals are dry or somewhat leathery but do not cruble when handled. Once the blooms are killed, they will fall intact to the ground.

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