Questions about: Diseases

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Mark
Answer: Dear Mark, Sorry to hear that one of your Pandorea’s is not growing well. It could be the frost that has affected it but then you would thin...
Answered: 04:31PM, 11 Mar 2011
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Terri
Answer: Dear Terri, Botrytis fungus can cause a lot of headaches for strawberry growers and can be difficult to control even with fungicides. Keeping your ...
Answered: 03:35PM, 25 Feb 2011
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Karen
Answer: Dear Karen, You can still use your apricots to make jam. You may need to peel off the skin that has been affected but the fruit can still be used.
Answered: 03:09PM, 16 Feb 2011
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Robyn
Answer: Hydrangeas and other ornamental plants but not edibles can be sprayed with Yates Rose Shield to control powdery mildew.
Answered: 03:32PM, 27 Jan 2011
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Dawn
Answer: Dear Dawn, It is annoying when one shrub in middle of a hedge becomes yellow and spoils the look of the hedge. If you have fertiised the plant and ...
Answered: 02:17PM, 05 Jan 2011
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Judy
Answer: It seems your lillypillies have been attacked by psyllids. These pests take advantage of weak and stressed plants. Help your plants to stay healthy...
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Answered: 04:57PM, 30 Dec 2010
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Lynda
Answer: It sounds as though your snapdragon plants contracted the fungal disease, rust. Rust firstly shows up on the underside of the leaf as light coloure...
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Answered: 04:33PM, 05 Jan 2011
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paul
Answer: Without seeing the damage it is difficult to be 100% certain, but, judging from your description,it sounds as though your hydrangea has been attack...
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Answered: 01:24PM, 25 Jan 2011
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Gail
Answer: The petal blight you are referring to is probably damage from the Azalea lace bug. This pest can be controlled with Yates Baythroid Lawn & Gard...
Answered: 04:43PM, 04 Jan 2011
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Elaine
Answer: Lanosan is no longer part of our product range. It was deleted several years ago which is why you haven’t been able to locate it in the store...
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Answered: 03:26PM, 08 Dec 2010