Questions about: Diseases

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Liz
Answer: Hi Liz, Thank you for contacting Yates. You have sooty mould on your pandanus tree there. It is caused from the sap sucking insects such as mealy b...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 05:15PM, 18 Oct 2018
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Kelly
Answer: Hi Kelly, Thank you for contacting Yates. Can you see any pests on the stem and leaf axillaries? Sap-sucking insects such as mealybugs are common f...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 10:26AM, 18 Oct 2018
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Tara
Answer: Hi Tara, Thank you for contacting Yates. The tomato plant is suffering a bit there and there are a couple of things that we would recommend to alte...
Answered: 07:51PM, 10 Oct 2018
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Jim
Answer: Hi Jim, Thank you for contacting Yates. The symptoms that you have provided sound like root rot there. It can come about just after a period of rai...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 07:03PM, 20 Sep 2018
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Cheryl
Answer: Thank you for contacting Yates. Sounds like rust a fungal disease. Try Yates Rose Shield Black Spot & Insect Pest Killer. Click here for more ...
Category: Diseases
Tags: Rust, bulb
Answered: 05:42PM, 16 Sep 2018
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Penny
Answer: Thank you for contacting Yates. Looks like the succulent is affected by leaf spots. The product you need to apply is Yates Leaf Curl Copper Fungici...
Category: Diseases
Tags: leaf spots
Answered: 04:20PM, 16 Sep 2018
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Catherine
Answer: Thank you for contacting Yates. The spots and browning of the leaves could due to frost damage. You can spray the plant with Yates Water Wise Droug...
Category: Diseases
Tags: frost damage
Answered: 12:37PM, 13 Aug 2018
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M
Answer: Thank you for contacting Yates. I suspect if the damage of the foliage is due to frost over winter. Are you able to show me a photo so we may be ab...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 03:34PM, 06 Aug 2018
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Courtney
Answer: Hi Courtney, Thank you for contacting Yates. The curling on the new leaves indicates that there are mites present. Check the leaves and underneath ...
Answered: 02:59PM, 21 Jul 2018
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kate
Answer: Hi Gardener, Without seeing the underside of the leaf it is difficult to ascertain whether the damage to your frangipani is caused by a sap sucking...
Answered: 04:35PM, 16 Jul 2018