Aster Plant Diseases And Pests: Managing Common Problems With Asters

By October 27, 2017Articles

Aster Plant Diseases And Pests: Managing Common Problems With Asters

By October 27, 2017Articles

Aster Plant Diseases And Pests: Managing Common Problems With Asters

By Liz Baessler Asters are tough, easy to grow flowers that come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. In short, they’re the ideal plant for your flower garden. That makes it especially hard when something goes wrong with them. Keep reading to learn more about common aster pests and other difficulties, and how to deal with these aster plant problems. Recognizing Common Problems with Asters As plants go, asters are relatively problem free. There are, however, several common aster pests and diseases that can become a problem if left untreated. Some aster plant diseases are more superficial than anything, and will not affect the plants’ health or ability to bloom. These include rust and powdery mildew. They can be treated with fungicide. Some other more serious diseases are root rot, wilt, and foot rot, all of which can result in the death of the plant. Avoid rots by

Aster Plant Diseases And Pests: Managing Common Problems With Asters

By Liz Baessler Asters are tough, easy to grow flowers that come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. In short, they’re the ideal plant for your flower garden. That makes it especially hard when something goes wrong with them. Keep reading to learn more about common aster pests and other difficulties, and how to deal with these aster plant problems. Recognizing Common Problems with Asters As plants go, asters are relatively problem free. There are, however, several common aster pests and diseases that can become a problem if left untreated. Some aster plant diseases are more superficial than anything, and will not affect the plants’ health or ability to bloom. These include rust and powdery mildew. They can be treated with fungicide. Some other more serious diseases are root rot, wilt, and foot rot, all of which can result in the death of the plant. Avoid rots by

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