Questions about: Diseases

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Casey
Answer: Hi Casey It might be that you have a fungal issue with the canes. It’s not something that we have an approved product for, but there are some...
Category: Diseases
Tags: Golden Cane
Answered: 08:40PM, 15 Sep 2015
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Jenny
Answer: Without seeing a photo, we cannot be totally certain of a diagnosis but the black spots on your port wine magnolia may be scale insects. These sap ...
Answered: 05:06PM, 14 Sep 2015
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Tony
Answer: Hi Tony, Your snapdragons have developed rust. Removing the badly affected leaves would be a good idea. Treating the plants with a systemic fungici...
Category: Diseases
Tags: Rust
Answered: 07:23PM, 09 Sep 2015
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John
Answer: Hi John, That looks like soft scale to me. You can treat it with Yates Pest Oil which is widely available at hardware stores and garden centres. Ki...
Category: Diseases
Tags: scale
Answered: 02:01PM, 04 Sep 2015
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Michael
Answer: Hi Michael I’m not sure if it’s black spot you’re actually referring to. The treatment is Liquid Copper applied as a spray to the...
Category: Diseases
Tags: fruit
Answered: 03:09PM, 01 Sep 2015
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Ramu
Answer: Hi Ramu, Mango can be susceptible to anthracnose and bacterial leaf spot. Treat them with Yates Liquid Copper fungicide. Apply this when the flower...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 12:28PM, 26 Aug 2015
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Julie
Answer: Hi Julie, Leaf drop is often a stress related issue. Plants drop leaves if they are low on water or access to it. Limes do need regular water to re...
Category: Diseases
Tags: citrus
Answered: 03:30PM, 18 Aug 2015
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michael
Answer: Hi Michael, I think the key to growing healthy tomatoes is to have the soil just right for them. Preparation of the soil is the key. To start with,...
Answered: 04:29PM, 17 Aug 2015
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John
Answer: The dilution rate of Lime Sulphur on the website is 10ml per 1 litre of water. This rate is also advertised on the container(summer application) to...
Answered: 10:56AM, 11 Aug 2015
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Christine
Answer: If you treat them with Chelated Iron that should help. They don’t look too bad to me though. The new leaves often have that colour as they em...
Category: Diseases
Tags: Gardenia.
Answered: 11:11AM, 18 Aug 2015