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ID Disease of cherry laurel

My cluster of cherry laurel are being eaten by something. From the window I thought the top leaves had been burned by frost -a reddish brown color. But on closer inspection, the leaves are being eaten. There are round holes in the leaves but also a scaly brown appears to be spreading. It’s like stages of decay. I want to save these. Can you help?


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#1 Comment By shelley On 04/15/2015 @ 7:35 pm

It looks like your cherry laurel has a leaf spot fungi and/or bacterial shothole. You can read more about these conditions and treatments on the following websites:

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