Although rust encompasses a large number of fungal diseases, it is almost always characterized by’appearance of brown orange pustules on the underside and of yellow spots on the top.
What factors influence the’appearance of rust?
This disease occurs mainly in wet or too frequent watering the leaves.
Wind can also transmit to the’all plants in the garden.
When develops rust?
From early spring until’at the end of’summer.
What plants affected by rust?
There is a large number of’species concerned.
The rose is very touched by rust but also flowers, fruit, trees, shrubs and vegetables.
The consequences of rust:
Generally, rust does not threaten the life of the plant.
In the worst cases, it causes the loss of all foliage.
What’especially one fears, c’is the contagion which threaten the leaves of several plants of the garden.
This n’is not very aesthetic in the month of’August.
Treatment against rust:
Often effective treatment of goods sold rose against the diseases can be uilisés on’whole plant.
- He s’is d’a fungicide that s’uses both preventive that’curative.
- Upon’first signs, it is imperative to remove all affected leaves and burn them.
D’other diseases and treatments:
- Fight against whiteflies
- Fight against cherry fruit fly
- Fight against’powdery mildew
- Fight against larva’othiorynque
- Fight against caterpillars