In 2022, the PDDC continues to provide diagnoses through examination of digital photographs, as well as physical samples. Click here for the PDDC’s current submission policy, as well as information on the PDDC’s current fee structure. Digital diagnoses will be included in the Wisconsin Disease Almanac and when a digital diagnosis would normally require a lab confirmation, the disease/disorder will be labeled as “suspected”. The following diseases/disorders have been identified at the PDDC from June 4, 2022 through June 10, 2022.
|Apple||Chemical Burn (Suspected)||None||Calumet|
|Apricot||Chemical Burn (Suspected)||None||Calumet|
|Blueberry||Magnesium Deficiency (Suspected)||None||Marathon|
|Cherry (Sweet)||Chemical Burn (Suspected)||None||Calumet|
|Cherry (Tart)||Chemical Burn (Suspected)||None||Calumet|
|Nectarine||Chemical Burn (Suspected)||None||Calumet|
|Peach||Chemical Burn (Suspected)||None||Calumet|
Chemical Burn (Suspected)
|Gloeosporium sp. |
|Plum||Chemical Burn (Suspected) |
Cold Injury (Suspected)
Overly Deep Planting
Trunk Canker (Suspected)
Unspecified canker organism
To learn more about plant diseases and their control, as well as PDDC educational resources and activities, visit the PDDC website at pddc.wisc.edu, follow the clinic on Facebook and Twitter @UWPDDC or email email@example.com to subscribe to the PDDC listserv “UWPDDCLearn”.This article was posted in Disease and tagged Ann Joy, Anthracnose, Apples, apricot, Blueberry, Brian Hudelson, chemical burn, Cherry, cold injury, disease, magnesium deficiency, nectarine, overly deep planting, PDDC, Peach, pear, Plant Disease Diagnostic Clinic, Plum, Sarah deVeer, Sue Lueloff, sweet cherry, tart cherry, trunk canker.