I have an Amelanchier Laevis that we planted last fall, and has done wonderfully up to now. It flowered fantastically about a month ago, and has been vigorously leafing out and starting berry production since. Lately though I have been noticing strange orange dots on some of the leaves. Some are very tiny and almost look like pinpricks of orange, some leaf edges are brown and curled up, and some of the leaves (and one berry in the making) have big bright orange spots. I know the pic doesn't give a ton of detail, but the spots are a deep orange with lighter orange little dots all clustered together. It looks like rust on something metal, which is why I am wondering if it is rust the fungal disease. I am pretty ignorant on this stuff, and am such a new gardener I have never had to deal with plant disease before. Can someone please identify this disease or insect problem for me? Any organic methods of solving it would be excellent as well. I love my pretty little tree, and really want to save it. Thank you!