Leaf curl a fungal disease that infects young leaves making them swollen, thickened and distorted.
Leaf curl is a fungal disease. Infected young leaves become swollen, thickened and distorted. Leaves usually loose colour turning light green or reddish. Heavily infected leaves will fall. Shoots are often stunted and distorted.
Leaf curl is common in cool, wet, spring weather. Particularly common on peaches and nectarines.
There may be other causes of leaves curling. Check for insects or webbing then try the Kiwicare Garden Problem Solver.
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