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  • #2
    Probably rust. Here is some picture of nutrient deficiencies
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    David
    Los Angeles CA zone 10B
    Wish list: Cosme Manyo

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    • #3
      Rust.
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      Use this stuff. I put it on everything after heavy rains. Organic, can eat food on same day. No rust at all this year
      Ike
      bergen county NJ 6b
      Wish list: oh lets face it Ill take any variety I dont have!!

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      • #4
        I can't find Serenade on ebay or amazon. Is this product effective?
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        • #5
          It sounds the same to me, they are both controlling the same diseases . Go for it!
          🇨🇦Ridgeway, Ontario , on Lake Erie. zone 6b/7a 🇨🇦

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          • #6
            Here in the humid south rust is a big problem so I use Bonide copper fungicide, it’s a spray and it REALLY works for me! I had rust defoliate a fig the first year I started and have been using this since!

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            • #7
              I'm in Southeast Louisiana so you think the copper is better? So far I've used these and it didn't put a dent in the rust!
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              • #8
                I am thinking you had or have a rust problem and now have a neem oil burn issue.
                Louisiana Zone 8/9. W/L Whatever fig I don't have.

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                • KDAD
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                  This ^^^.

              • #9
                James Linden, those are for insects. Rust is fungal. You need chemicals that contains copper or sulfur. Check Amazon
                David
                Los Angeles CA zone 10B
                Wish list: Cosme Manyo

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                • KDAD
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                  This, too.^^^

              • #10
                Found this, seemed like a good buy.. Thanks guys, I hope it works.
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                • KDAD
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                  James, if it is neem oil burn those leaves will turn black and then if they don't fall off be so ugly that you will pull them off. It happened to a tree that came in last year loaded with scale. The leaves were gone, the scale is gone, but three came back this year and is bug free and fruiting.

              • #11
                Is it safe to apply these to trees that have figs?
                Piney Point Village, Zone 8b
                W/L- Allix, Cateto

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                • #12
                  Rust, in Louisiana we just let the tree drop their leaves and flush out a new set. You can use a copper based fungicide but they are not labeled for consumption. Make sure you remove the leaves once they fall to the ground.
                  West Feliciana, Louisiana
                  Zone 8b
                  Working on planting 1 acre with Figs, Persimmon, Loquats, Jujube, Citrus and other fruits.

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                  • #13
                    https://www.syngenta.ca/Productsdeta...xoCYnYQAvD_BwE

                    Guildwood Village - Toronto, Canada - Zone 6

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                    • #14
                      Got the same problem with fungus on my blackberries, hopefully copper spray will help with these too.
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