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The inkberry has chlorotic leaves at the tips and it also has some spotting on the leaves. Is this due to alkaline soil or is there a disease which could account for this? I've seen burning bushes that seem to have these two conditions togeather, also. I can't tell you much more about the plant, because I just saw a sample.
 
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Hi Ron,

Holly can get many different fungal diseases that lead to leaf spots. Take a look here to see if any of these look familiar.
http://www.aces.edu/pubs/docs/A/ANR-1087/anr1087two.html

Newt


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