Questions about: Diseases

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John
Answer: Hi John, Thank you for contacting Yates. It sounds like the hedge is getting too much water there and is suffering from root rot. Both the confidor...
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Answered: 05:45PM, 19 Apr 2018
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Paul
Answer: Hi Paul, Thank you for contacting Yates. This does look like Camellia tea mite from the photo provided. Best to prune off the affected branches. Mi...
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Answered: 10:18AM, 16 Apr 2018
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Karen
Answer: Hi Karen, Thank you for contacting Yates. If the tips are dying back first it is a sign of root rot. Camellias love a good drink but wet feet they ...
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Answered: 04:17PM, 14 Apr 2018
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James
Answer: Hi James, Thank you for contacting Yates. From the photo provided it seems like the leaves are affected with a fungal disease. The browning during ...
Answered: 09:54AM, 11 Apr 2018
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Ron
Answer: Hi Ron, Thank you for contacting Yates. When your peach tree is in fruit or in leaf you can apply Yates Mancozeb Plus to the tree to treat rust on ...
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Answered: 03:14PM, 06 Apr 2018
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Julie
Answer: Hi Julie, Thank you for contacting Yates. The damage that we can see there is a result of a staghorn beetle calling the plant home. They attack the...
Answered: 05:33PM, 04 Apr 2018
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Cassie
Answer: Hi Cassie, Thank you for contacting Yates. Basil tend not to appreciate humid and wet conditions. When these conditions are present, downy mildew r...
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Answered: 03:38PM, 04 Apr 2018
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Hanna
Answer: Hi Hanna, Thank you for contacting Yates. Hardenbergia thrives in cooler weather and flower in autumn and winter time. The recent heat may contribu...
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Answered: 05:43PM, 03 Apr 2018
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Nereda
Answer: Hi Nereda, Thank you for contacting Yates. I can see the Umbrella tree has been smothered by the Ivy and causing stress ( symptoms of pest infestat...
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Answered: 03:39PM, 26 Mar 2018
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Gala
Answer: Hi Gala, Thank you for contacting Yates. The damage on the leaf there is the start of root rot. This is where at some point the plant may have had ...
Answered: 02:09PM, 17 Mar 2018