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Amaryllis Leaf Scorch

Leaf scorch (or "red blotch") is a fungus that attacks amaryllis. It most often affects shaded plants that are frequently watered. Red spots appear on the flower stalks and leaves and enlarge, elongate and become sunken. Leaf scorch is difficult to control; disease-infected bulbs, plants or seedlings should be destroyed.

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