Questions about: Diseases

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Jean
Answer: Your lilly pilly has been attacked by the dreaded “pimple psyllid”. This little insect sucks sap from the new leaves and this feeding c...
Answered: 12:48PM, 16 Aug 2011
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Tidjun
Answer: Hi Tidjun,if you can send a photo it will be easier to see what is causing the mango leaves to turn brown. Young mango trees do not like cold weat...
Category: Diseases
Tags: mango
Answered: 01:01PM, 16 Aug 2011
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Bret
Answer: Hi Bret, The small pimples like structures are caused by psyllids. These pests take advantage of weak and stressed plants. Help your plants to sta...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 08:58AM, 16 Aug 2011
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Terry
Answer: Our Triforine label doesn’t specifically mention cherries but Yates Leaf Curl Copper fungicide is registered for the control of brown rot on ...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 04:55PM, 04 Aug 2011
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doug
Answer: Milk has been used as an organic fungicide for many years but recently it has been looked at as a safe and effective control of powdery mildew on s...
Answered: 04:36PM, 04 Aug 2011
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Diana
Answer: Hi Diana, A bronzing of the camellia leaves can be caused by either the rust mite or the camellia tea mite. A photo can be seen on the Yates websit...
Category: Diseases
Tags: Camellia
Answered: 04:46PM, 27 Jul 2011
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Rose
Answer: Sounds like an attack of the oak aphids. Oak aphids, tiny yellow elliptical insects, congregate on the underside of oak leaves, on soft stems and y...
Category: Diseases
Tags: oak aphids
Answered: 01:18PM, 28 Jun 2011
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Pam
Answer: Dear Pam, I am sorry to hear that your Dodonaeas are dying back. It is difficult to know what is causing this without a little more history of the...
Answered: 12:27PM, 03 Jun 2011
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Kerri-ann
Answer: From spring to autumn, Yates Lime Sulphur can be used to control mites on viburnum bushes. Simply dilute 10ml of lime sulphur in 1 litre of water a...
Category: Diseases
Tags: mite control
Answered: 04:46PM, 18 Apr 2011