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How to Cure Black Knot Fungus on Fruit Trees.?

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1. Prune all shoots and branches with knots. Remove the knots (the sources of inoculum or virus cells) in winter, before any buds appear and ascospore (fungus spores) discharge. Cut each infected branch or twig at least 6 to 8 inches below the knot.
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Fungus on Fruit Trees
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