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Leaves turned black on pear and oozing juice from foliage and fruits. What to do

Leaves turned black on pear and oozing juice from foliage and fruits. What to do


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How to save a pear with the appearance of black spots on the foliage and the expiration of juice from foliage and fruits?

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I had to observe a similar phenomenon several years ago. I will not firmly state that it is difficult to do without a photo, but I will try to clarify the essence of what is happening. Juice on a pear (if there is no aphid) is released by chaffinch (fruitlets, fruit formations) - this is an overgrowing branch with short annual growths. They are the most delicate parts on the pear crown, their regeneration is weak. If the pods did not tolerate winter frosts badly, and got damaged, and could not recover in the spring, since they receive food with difficulty, juice begins to stand out through microcracks. There is nothing terrible about this. There is nothing essential to help the tree, the main thing in the fall is to prepare it for winter (mulching, shelter).

But dark spots resemble septoria (gall mite). It will take several treatments by Actellic. Before and immediately after the start of the growing season. Carry agricultural technology in accordance with the variety, raise immunity with the help of top dressing.