I would like to treat collar rot on a eucalyptus tree using Anti Rot as a soil drench.
I have a small mallee gum that has collar rot - it’s in clay soil and we’ve had very high rainfall in Gippsland this winter - spring. Two of the trunks appear to be dying but the cambium layer is still green when I scratch its surface - the neighbouring eucalyptus trees don’t appear to have collar rot. Do you think I could try to save the affected tree? I’ve got the Anti Rot Phosacid Systemic Fungicide. Cheers, Wendy McDonald
Answered: 8 Dec, 2021