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Medium_image I enclose some photos of our Sydney garden plants which seem to be yellowing? Is this a problem with our soil

Or is it the extreme dry weather of late. We live on lower north shore sydney.

Submitted: 02:54PM, 17 Sep 2017
Answer: Hi Diana,

Thank you for contacting Yates.

The browning on the ends of the leaves there indicates that the plant is under some water stress.

If they haven’t been watered regularly or they are getting a bit too much sun this can occur.

As they are under stress, we recommend feeding them with Dynamic Lifter Liquid. This product is great for the soil and contains seaweed as well to assist with stressed out plants.

Whilst the current growth won’t repair itself, with the right amount of feed, water and sun, you will notice lovely new growth coming through in no time.

Kind regards

Stephanie
Yates Horticulturalist

Answered: 04:18PM, 17 Sep 2017

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