Stevens Point, WI

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Clematis blight, caused by the fungus Phoma clematidina, can be a common problem for clematis plants during wet summer weather. To manage this disease, it is important to provide proper care and maintenance for the plants. Removing infected plant material, pruning, and thinning out the plants, avoiding overhead watering, and applying fungicides if necessary can help protect the clematis plants from blight. Regular monitoring and prompt action are key to maintaining healthy clematis plants.