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Autumn Blaze Maple & anthracnose

We are considering purchasing an AutumBlaze Maple.  Our daughter in Minnisota has one that a lawn care company says has anthracnose although it shows no symptoms of desease.  Research tells us these trees are very desease resistant.  Can any one tell me if Autumn Blaze is prone to anthracnose?  We have already lost 2 of our 5 mature green ash to this desease.

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