In Marin County, recent rains led to foliar infections on Pacific madrone, denuding leaves. These plants now have healthy new growth. What happened?

Pacific madrone foliar infections associated with rains are common throughout the West Coast. Typically, the spotted and necrotic leaves are ultimately substituted with healthy foliage and the plant fully recovers.

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