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Re: Arisaema Rust

Jason, Vic, et al.

	Actually rusts are a type of fungus, order Uredinales, which 
are typically host-specific parasites. Sometimes there are two hosts 
depending on the stage of the life cycle, perhaps the most well known 
being cedar/apple rust. Definitely fungus though. As to the specifics 
of the Arisaema rust, including any treatments, we'll have to go to 
someone who's worked with this species or group.


>  > This is not a fungus!  It is a rust, and this seems to be
>>  a bad year for it  as many of the May Apples here in the
>>  Cincinnati area are showing it.
>>  Vic
>Okay, so (I'm showing my ignorance here) what sort of
>organism causes rust?  Is it a virus, a bacteria, something
>else?  And to rephrase my original question, is there any
>known effective treatment?
>Jason Hernandez
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