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Cercospora on crape myrtles not a major problem

[Image: Crape Myrtles](Video 08/05/13) Crape myrtles are grown throughout Louisiana because they are reliable and beautiful, but you may have noticed the appearance of black spots and some yellow, orange and red leaves on your trees. As horticulturist Dan Gill explains on this edition of Get It Growing, it’s not a sign of an early fall, but a disease. (Runtime: 1:36)
Last Updated: 7/25/2013 10:53:25 AM

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