Guava is known around the world. It can be a great thin. But it can also be a bad thing as well. most individuals identify it as a disease. When you hear the word disease, you automatically think of danger or possibly death. Lucky they have some individuals who know what to look for and know how to identify the guava plant. If you notice these 4 characteristics, then you need to leave them alone. Those 4 are as followed: Wilt, Stylar end rot, Anthracnose and Algal leaf spot.
- Guava trees are cute and tidy additions to any tropical garden or greenhouse
- They grow well, but are susceptible to certain diseases and need proper care to make sure they stay healthy
- Parasites and fungus may hit your plant, but also watch for nutrition which will cause the leaves to wilt
“Learning how to treat guava diseases is par for the course if you’re a guava owner, as is being able to detect signs of guava sickness.”
Read more: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/fruits/guava/common-guava-diseases.htm