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Azalea Has Mushroom Shape Growing on It

An azalea planted in the fall has bloomed beautifully but then developed white, mushroom-shaped things covering many leaves. Dime-sized caps cover many leaves and are as firm as half-cooked macaroni. Many of the uncovered leaves are turning brown and the plant doesn’t look very healthy. What should I do?

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#1 Comment By Nikki On 05/23/2011 @ 12:12 pm

This article might help with pinpointing the cause, though it sounds like some type of funugs, which can be treated with a fungicide: [1]

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