Weird looking foliage may be a result of weed-killer

Spring is here and plants are leafing out all over!  Do any of your plants have leaves that look dry and crispy?  Pale, small and misshapen?  It may be the result of unintentional exposure to a weed killer. Plants can be damaged by even a slight amount of spray drift – in your own yard or even a neighbors, recently or as much as six months ago and only now is the exposure visible on your plants. This website has photos and information about what the damage on a wide range of plants. 

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