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  1. Anatoly Ulitsin, Moscow region

    The leaves of the pear last year were completely covered with yellow-brown spots. The tree dropped all the fruits. How to deal with it?

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    • OOO "Sad"

      - These are typical symptoms of rust. This fungal disease has two hosts - juniper bushes and pear. In order not to lose the harvest this year, start the defense right now. Cut out all diseased branches (including on juniper). Prior to flowering, treat the crown and soil under the plant according to the instructions with a fungicide (Topaz, Raek, Abiga-Peak, Strobi-bi) or with a biological product Alirin-B or Gamar.
      As for the juniper, it would be good to completely remove it from the site. If you are not ready for such drastic measures - treat juniper with a fungicide along with a pear.

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  2. Olga Rogova, Kharkiv region

    When pruning trees on a pear, swollen buds were found. What could it be? Young pears, not sick.

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    • OOO "Sad"

      you have cut not a newly formed kidney, but a thickening (natural scar) in the place of a pear grown last year. All the buds located on the sides and just below this scar are healthy, so you do not need to worry.

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