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My apples have greenish black spots on the apples, and I’m a novice. Please help. I used bonfire fruit tree spray at the appropriate timing, but I think I’m doing something wrong
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Please describe in detail the geolocation of the tree, the species of apple, the active components of that brand of spray and the calendar dates of your spray efforts as reasonably close as possible. Its obvious the fruits have issues. What do the leaves look like and do you have-or can you provide a legible picture of the overall plant?
 
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My apples have greenish black spots on the apples, and I’m a novice. Please help. I used bonfire fruit tree spray at the appropriate timing, but I think I’m doing something wrong
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I believe that what you have is called Sooty Blotch. It is a common fungus that doesn't really affect the fruit except to make it look bad. It should wash off with a little elbow grease.
 

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