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UPDATE - Foliage Damage

 
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Yeah, they're called bugs.
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there is no possible way a bug could damage a leaf, retard.
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yea i disagree with your comment there, i know bugs do damage but not this kind

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My strawberry plants are getting a sort of reddish looking "burn" on their leaves, which I've never seen before. I live in Idaho, and hear there can sometimes be radon in the soil out here. Don't know if that has anything to do with it, but it's definately not bugs. I know what bug damage looks like. BTW, the pics you posted are not from bugs or caterpillars. That would just look like something had been munching on them. Your pics are totally different.
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I just had my favorite tree cut down because of this...
I was so pissed this tree meant so much to me

I also noticed all my bushes in the front yard no leafs

and someone is trying to convince me its normal these bushes are going through a cycle

BULL SHIT

then they showed me others peoples bushes in their yards
look some bushes are doing the same thing

BULL SHIT!

ficus bush are pretty hearty here
my tree I dont recall what the name of it was it had pretty pink flowers on it
all of my roses are dead...
use to have this one bush that had purple roses its dead..

here is another thing I heard about
May 2, 2012
Fungus that kills avocado trees turns up in South FloridaA strangler is stalking the avocado trees of South Florida, threatening backyard trees as well as thousands of acres of commercial groves.

Laurel wilt disease has turned up in Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties, and experts say it will almost certainly reach Broward County. The disease swiftly chokes the life from trees in the laurel family by destroying their tubular systems for transporting water and nutrients. The trees include redbay, swamp bay and avocado.

The disease, carried by a beetle smaller than a grain of rice, was discovered February in redbay trees at the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge in Palm Beach County. This week, the Florida Department of Agriculture announced it had been discovered in an avocado grove in southernMiami-Dade County, home to the second largest avocado crop in the United States.


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Reminds me of the burns people were finding on their plants in the wake of BP. There were youtube videos on it back then under a "corexit" and "plants" search.
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That looks like some sort of chemical damage. Some of my porch plants are showing leaf damage like that too.

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this damage is widespread all over my area.
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you need to take leaves to your local nursery and if you have a shit whats it called? where plant? master gardeners hang out at your local college. sorry my brain is tired i am fighting thrips and wind. anyway that is what we do here. good luck
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Do you get chem trails there? Its killing plant life here in AZ and likely everywhere they spray. All you have to do is pay $150 to get a license to spray the air..........no regulations for what you spray. We stay inside when they spray and the rain that often follows is poison. Our garden didn't even sprout this year! There is a guy here in AZ setting up a lawsuit because several people have heavy metal poisoning as a result. Best case scenario is that it contains aluminum and barium and is for weather modification - but what about AZ weather needs to be modified, we have all debunked the whole global warming (its normal!) crap, and well, we also know that aluminum and barium is harmful so....

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If "they" kill our crops, we will be forced to eat Monsanto GMO food. Just dandy!
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I just had my favorite tree cut down because of this...
I was so pissed this tree meant so much to me

I also noticed all my bushes in the front yard no leafs

and someone is trying to convince me its normal these bushes are going through a cycle

BULL SHIT

then they showed me others peoples bushes in their yards
look some bushes are doing the same thing

BULL SHIT!

ficus bush are pretty hearty here
my tree I dont recall what the name of it was it had pretty pink flowers on it
all of my roses are dead...
use to have this one bush that had purple roses its dead..

here is another thing I heard about
May 2, 2012
Fungus that kills avocado trees turns up in South FloridaA strangler is stalking the avocado trees of South Florida, threatening backyard trees as well as thousands of acres of commercial groves.

Laurel wilt disease has turned up in Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties, and experts say it will almost certainly reach Broward County. The disease swiftly chokes the life from trees in the laurel family by destroying their tubular systems for transporting water and nutrients. The trees include redbay, swamp bay and avocado.

The disease, carried by a beetle smaller than a grain of rice, was discovered February in redbay trees at the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge in Palm Beach County. This week, the Florida Department of Agriculture announced it had been discovered in an avocado grove in southernMiami-Dade County, home to the second largest avocado crop in the United States.


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Reminds me of the burns people were finding on their plants in the wake of BP. There were youtube videos on it back then under a "corexit" and "plants" search.
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that's what it looks like to me, BURNS.

i don't think it has anything to do with BP.
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oh wow, that's a lil extreme.
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I just had my favorite tree cut down because of this...
I was so pissed this tree meant so much to me

I also noticed all my bushes in the front yard no leafs

and someone is trying to convince me its normal these bushes are going through a cycle

BULL SHIT

then they showed me others peoples bushes in their yards
look some bushes are doing the same thing

BULL SHIT!

ficus bush are pretty hearty here
my tree I dont recall what the name of it was it had pretty pink flowers on it
all of my roses are dead...
use to have this one bush that had purple roses its dead..

here is another thing I heard about
May 2, 2012
Fungus that kills avocado trees turns up in South FloridaA strangler is stalking the avocado trees of South Florida, threatening backyard trees as well as thousands of acres of commercial groves.

Laurel wilt disease has turned up in Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties, and experts say it will almost certainly reach Broward County. The disease swiftly chokes the life from trees in the laurel family by destroying their tubular systems for transporting water and nutrients. The trees include redbay, swamp bay and avocado.

The disease, carried by a beetle smaller than a grain of rice, was discovered February in redbay trees at the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge in Palm Beach County. This week, the Florida Department of Agriculture announced it had been discovered in an avocado grove in southernMiami-Dade County, home to the second largest avocado crop in the United States.


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you are really soulless
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The damage on this tree started about a week ago.


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look are you guys really trying to find others who are going through the same thing are is this a joke
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i will delete all rude and belittling comments

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Haha that's great!

Anyway great post Jay!

We are only now seeing the effects here of fukishima but I'd hate to say just how much is here and inside us that we haven't seen.

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I just had my favorite tree cut down because of this...
I was so pissed this tree meant so much to me

I also noticed all my bushes in the front yard no leafs

and someone is trying to convince me its normal these bushes are going through a cycle

BULL SHIT

then they showed me others peoples bushes in their yards
look some bushes are doing the same thing

BULL SHIT!

ficus bush are pretty hearty here
my tree I dont recall what the name of it was it had pretty pink flowers on it
all of my roses are dead...
use to have this one bush that had purple roses its dead..

here is another thing I heard about
May 2, 2012
Fungus that kills avocado trees turns up in South FloridaA strangler is stalking the avocado trees of South Florida, threatening backyard trees as well as thousands of acres of commercial groves.

Laurel wilt disease has turned up in Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties, and experts say it will almost certainly reach Broward County. The disease swiftly chokes the life from trees in the laurel family by destroying their tubular systems for transporting water and nutrients. The trees include redbay, swamp bay and avocado.

The disease, carried by a beetle smaller than a grain of rice, was discovered February in redbay trees at the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge in Palm Beach County. This week, the Florida Department of Agriculture announced it had been discovered in an avocado grove in southernMiami-Dade County, home to the second largest avocado crop in the United States.


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WTF Brief??? LMAO where do you come up with that shit? lol
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ill go out now take a pic... show you
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I just had my favorite tree cut down because of this...
I was so pissed this tree meant so much to me

I also noticed all my bushes in the front yard no leafs

and someone is trying to convince me its normal these bushes are going through a cycle

BULL SHIT

then they showed me others peoples bushes in their yards
look some bushes are doing the same thing

BULL SHIT!

ficus bush are pretty hearty here
my tree I dont recall what the name of it was it had pretty pink flowers on it
all of my roses are dead...
use to have this one bush that had purple roses its dead..

here is another thing I heard about
May 2, 2012
Fungus that kills avocado trees turns up in South FloridaA strangler is stalking the avocado trees of South Florida, threatening backyard trees as well as thousands of acres of commercial groves.

Laurel wilt disease has turned up in Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties, and experts say it will almost certainly reach Broward County. The disease swiftly chokes the life from trees in the laurel family by destroying their tubular systems for transporting water and nutrients. The trees include redbay, swamp bay and avocado.

The disease, carried by a beetle smaller than a grain of rice, was discovered February in redbay trees at the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge in Palm Beach County. This week, the Florida Department of Agriculture announced it had been discovered in an avocado grove in southernMiami-Dade County, home to the second largest avocado crop in the United States.


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WTF Brief??? LMAO where do you come up with that shit? lol
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The damage on this tree started about a week ago.


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Okay, on a serious note. That looks like some type of leaf burn. have seen it happen from chemical applications or too much sun exposure.

The earlier pic of your rose leaves appears to be black spot mold. It is usually much worse if the weather has bee quite wet, cloudy, cool & with poor air circulation around the plants. Can also occur due to overhead watering.

From a conspiracy standpoint, the burned leaves on your tree concern me far more than the black spot on the roses.

OBTW, my honeybees are going gangbusters this year collecting pollen and making honey like it is the end of the world. Hmmmmm ..............

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I live in northwest Montana. Much closer to fuckishima than you are in Ohio. My trees, flowers, and other various plants look fantastic this year.
Plant viruses can spread for many miles, sometimes hundreds of miles.
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That's what happens when you engage in unprotected pollination...
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laugh
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The damage on this tree started about a week ago.


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Okay, on a serious note. That looks like some type of leaf burn. have seen it happen from chemical applications or too much sun exposure.

The earlier pic of your rose leaves appears to be black spot mold. It is usually much worse if the weather has bee quite wet, cloudy, cool & with poor air circulation around the plants. Can also occur due to overhead watering.

From a conspiracy standpoint, the burned leaves on your tree concern me far more than the black spot on the roses.
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Yes i became very concerned when i seen this tree and others stating to look like it all over my area. in the last week or so
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looks like you have a plant fungus...

I got it last year way up here in the northern...one day all my plants wherer healthy and fine next day they all had the fungus..wind blew it in from somewhere...

hoping this year I don't get it...I re-built my raised beds and used all new soil

last year the fungus I had turned all my leaves grey..still got some veggies and fruit..but not as much as I hoped for
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I have a sycamore tree and most of the new leaves are falling off. Been here 13 yrs never seen this before on my tree anyways.
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This is Anthracnose, a fungal disease that attack Sycamores. I have a 80-year old sycamore that drops its leaves every May because of this disease. The leaves grow back by July, in time for enough photosynthesis to occur to keep the tree alive. Every Sycamore in PA I've seen has this disease right now.
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that would be correct if all the trees were Sycamore but there not, try again.
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I don't need to try again. I was respondng the poster who was discussing his/her sycamore tree.
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Thread: Why are my plants dying?
I asked the same question about 2 weeks ago. I'm in NE Ohio and have the same issues.
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I have a sycamore tree and most of the new leaves are falling off. Been here 13 yrs never seen this before on my tree anyways.
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This is Anthracnose, a fungal disease that attack Sycamores. I have a 80-year old sycamore that drops its leaves every May because of this disease. The leaves grow back by July, in time for enough photosynthesis to occur to keep the tree alive. Every Sycamore in PA I've seen has this disease right now.
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that would be correct if all the trees were Sycamore but there not, try again.
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I don't need to try again. I was respondng the poster who was discussing his/her sycamore tree.
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didn't see that part from other poster

my apologies
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I am no expert on this subject matter but my gut is telling me that it could be related to a local hole in the magnetosphere perhaps resulting in increased solar radiation hitting your area/region.

Aside from the plant life can you think of any effects that you might see other individuals reporting that they are feeling that could be tied to increase solar radiation leaking through to your immediate area?
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yea that's what an older gentleman in my area was telling me.


he thinks its one of 3 things.

1. Solar Rad.
2. Rad. from furk.
3. chem. spraying.
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My intuition tells me 'solar' but like I said, I don't study these subject matters so I'm just going off my instincts and nothing else. I have heard mentions of there being isolated holes in the magnetosphere and that perhaps being the culprit for various anomalies occurring such as mass bird die offs and also even sinkholes.

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Jay, do you rake and throw out your leaves or mulch them back into the soil?
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oh wow, that's a lil extreme.
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I'd love to put some remote speakers in trees where those treetards are having a gathering and screw with em...

GET OFF MY ROOTS YA FUCKIN HIPPIES!...OOOW..OUCH!!!...HOW ABOUT I DROP A LIMB ON YOUR HEADS YA FREAKS...GET OUT OF MY FOREST!!!...

Hey Moon unit...c'mere I wanna talk to ya....ooooh you're pretty hawt...wanna make a mutant half tree half human creature?...

Psssst...hey you....you with the beads...yeah you....I just want to let you know...the guy with the drum?....he reeks of saw dust...I think he's a plant...no not that kind you fookin idiot...the kind like a spy...yeah...how much you want to bet he has a big pile of wood somewhere hidden...I've seen his type before...closet lumber adict...

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oh wow, that's a lil extreme.
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I'd love to put some remote speakers in trees where those treetards are having a gathering and screw with em...

GET OFF MY ROOTS YA FUCKIN HIPPIES!...OOOW..OUCH!!!...HOW ABOUT I DROP A LIMB ON YOUR HEADS YA FREAKS...GET OUT OF MY FOREST!!!...

Hey Moon unit...c'mere I wanna talk to ya....ooooh you're pretty hawt...wanna make a mutant half tree half human creature?...

Psssst...hey you....you with the beads...yeah you....I just want to let you know...the guy with the drum?....he reeks of saw dust...I think he's a plant...no not that kind you fookin idiot...the kind like a spy...yeah...how much you want to bet he has a big pile of wood somewhere hidden...I've seen his type before...closet lumber adict...

There would only be about 10,000 ways you could totally fuck with em!
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Yeah, they're called bugs.
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there is no possible way a bug could damage a leaf, retard.
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...??

Bugs damage leaves all the time, lol, they eat them and make little holes which let infective fungus and other stuff into the tree.

The bark and outer skin of the leaves is similar to our skin, if you poke a hole in it that leaf will die. If the fungus gets into the trunk of the tree, the whole thing dies.
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no, that has never happened. it isn't even possible. the only time a tree shows damage is a: radiation poisoning b: jap with radiation poising pisses on said tree.
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read the avocado story
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ok?



now read this...


Genetically Modified Mosquitoes to be Released in the US for the First Time
December 23, 2011
Read more: [link to naturalsociety.com]


May 4, 2012
Oxitec Ltd., a U.K. biotechnology start-up company, wants to begin tests in the United States to genetically modify mosquitoes carrying dengue fever to make their offspring self-destruct.
[link to vaccinenewsdaily.com]


April 19, 2012
Washington, D.C. — Today consumer and environmental groups sent a letter to Florida Governor Rick Scott to encourage him to prevent the experimental release of British biotechnology company Oxitec’s genetically engineered (GE) mosquitoes in the Florida Keys. The letter, also sent to Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam and the entire Florida congressional delegation, was signed by Food & Water Watch, Friends of the Earth, the Florida Chapter of the Sierra Club, the Florida Keys Environmental Coalition and GMO Free Florida.
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Jay, do you rake and throw out your leaves or mulch them back into the soil?
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mulch them back
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