Hi guys, After a little internet ID-work, I'm positive that the orange-jelly fungus growing on my Incense Cedars is Gymnosporangium libocedri, or Pacific Coast Pear Rust. I've just transplanted several new trees in from a wholesale nursery and they have quite a few of these jelly fungus' on them. I got curious and investigated the seven or so Incense's that I've already got in the landscape and they do have a few of these jelly blotches. I've never noticed them, and the other incenses certainly are happy at home. Some sites say it can weaken and even eventually kill stressed and/or newly transplanted trees, which is kind of me though these are not small trees...10-12 footers. I've found some recommended fungicides, but they seem to be both dangerous (12hr reentry) and exorbitantly expensive. Do I need to treat this at all? I'm kind of thinking the answer is no, but I wanted to consult the forum's experience.