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Sedum > Spots on leaves

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Leaf Spot
Septoria sedi

  • Tan to gray round sunken spots on leaves
  • Black raised dots in the center of mature leaf spots
  • Leaf tissue around leaf spot turns yellow
  • Lower leaves most severely affected
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Stem Rot
Colletotrichum sp.

  • Leaves turn yellow or tan, shrivel and dry up
  • The base of the stem becomes tan or gray colored and sunken
  • Raised black dots can sometimes be seen in the sunken area of infected stems

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