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    Ah, just missed your post before I placed the order. I suppose I could have just run out and bought the Ortho.


    Oh well, I just ordered a quart of the Cleary 3336F from Amazon. Talk about expensive.. but it should last me a few years.

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    I googled trich as a treatment for the Cercospora and found a few papers that suggested it worked at combating it so has some potential value as a pre-emptive treatment, however, I haven't read enough to see if it actually helps treat after a plant is infected. Be good to see what success you have with this if you go that route.

    Back to google I go for a bit more research
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    I was going to suggest rust, glad we figured out what it might be. And glad you're getting something to fix it. Hope your plant survives, and makes a recovery.
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    What about Bayer Advanced Disease Control or Daconil? I think these are available in Lowes and Home Depot and are much cheaper. I have this problem on one of my plants and now I'm worried. Are these comprable to the Ortho suggested by Tony?

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    I went ahead an bought the Bayer Advanced Disease Control. I figured it was the same thing and listed rust as one of the things it tackles.

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    Would do light testing with it and use it in low concentrations on plants you would be 'ok' with taking a nose dive before going full blown with it on all your plants. While it might state it will combat the same diseases and what not, the active ingredients may be vastly different (in this case I believe they are) and unless you confirm those AI to be safe for your plants first, things may take a turn for the worse. Not all pesticides/fungicides are equal, especially as it relates to CPs; I try to avoid them at all cost cause I'm overly paranoid and cautious. Hopefully, someone has tried the specific brands/AI you are looking at using and can help advise you on its affects. Good luck.

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    Did some quick searching and thought the following might be helpful:
    http://en.allexperts.com/q/Carnivoro...rown-spots.htm
    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=127077
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    Thanks for the links. It was Jacob that suggested the Bayer which is why I picked it up.

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