How to Manage Pests

Pests in Gardens and Landscapes

Marginal leaf necrosis

Leaf margins and tips of leaves are brown. Premature yellowing may occur. Marginal leaf necrosis is caused by factors such as improper irrigation, poor soil, and low humidity.


Provide proper cultural care, especially appropriate irrigation.

Marginal leaf necrosis
Marginal leaf necrosis on azalea

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