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Saturday, April 04, 2020


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Susan Johnston

This is so funny. It kind of looks like the renderings of covid 19 that you see on TV.


I think maybe it’s this: https://www.facebook.com/piedmontnaturalhistory/photos/a.1607956675944831/3608464805893998/?type=3
Great page to follow for our area, btw!

Tom Davis

It is the cedar/apple rust. It spends part of its life cycle on cedars. Later this summer any apple trees near this cedar will have leaves that turn yellow and have lots of black spots on them. I had a tree that looked dead by Aug. 1st year after year.

William Kendall


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