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Boxwood blight is relatively new plant disease that ruins the appearance of boxwoods and pachysandras. You can get additional information and find out about the prevention and treatment of boxwood blight in this article.

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Dr. Marc Cubeta’s lab at NCSU is conducting experiments to examine the response of C. pseudonaviculata and boxwood varieties to treatment with hot water to manage boxwood blight during ...

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Boxwood Blight: How to Recognize It and What to Do About It Our beautiful boxwoods are under attack by a new disease. First seen in England in the 1990’s, the blight was found in North Carolina and Connecticut in late 2011.

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Diagnosing and Treating Boxwood Blight Boxwoods are the go-to shrub for many homeowners that want an attractive living boundary around some part of their property. The slow-growing evergreen shrub makes a lovely and long lasting hedge row that is easily maintained, unfortunately it can be wiped out very quickly by a terrible disease called Boxwood Blight.

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Best Management Practices for Boxwood Blight in the Virginia Home Landscape This Best Management Practice document is a set of guidelines for home growers of landscape boxwood to avoid introduction of the boxwood blight pathogen into a landscape or, if the disease is already present in a landscape,

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Boxwood blight is found throughout Europe, and has spread to North America. In October 2011 the blight was found in North Carolina and Connecticut. By January 2012 it had also been identified in Virginia, Maryland, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, New York and British Columbia. 2018 in Maine and Michigan Hosts

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The symptoms for boxwood blight are very well defined. New infection begins in mid- to late summer as dark circular spots on the newest foliage. Over time the spots will grow, and a concentric ring pattern will develop. The spots can then merge, forming lesions that take up a large portion of the ...

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For a more in-depth article on boxwood blight and ways to deal with it, click here for my recent conversation with international boxwood expert and former curator of the U.S. Arboretum’s National Boxwood Collection, Lynn Batdorf. Treatment: If you suspect blight, first get a diagnosis from a trained professional. Start by pruning out diseased ...

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Box blight is a disease which affects Boxwood (Buxus sempervirens) and its family of plants.The disease is caused by two genetic types of fungi, Cylindrocladium buxicola and Volutella buxi, that attack the leaves and stems of the plant.Thankfully, it does not affect or kill the roots so, with the right box blight treatment, you don’t have to replace the entire plant.

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Can boxwoods be planted in pots? Absolutely! They’re the perfect container plant. Needing hardly any maintenance, growing very slowly, and looking green and healthy all through winter, boxwood shrubs in containers are great for keeping some color around your house during the cold, bleak months.