The Q&A Archives: dwarf red leaf plum

Question: We planted Dwarf Red Leaf Plums in a yard just this past April. There seems to something eatting the leaves, but we don't see a insect on them. There is holes in all the leaves. How can we treat it?

Answer: Based on your description, I am not certain what is happening to the foliage but I suspect it is a fungal infection. I would suggest you consult with your local county extension or professionally certified nurseryman for a specific diagnosis and based on that, determine how to proceed.

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