Questions about: Diseases

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jarrad
Answer: good nutrition is the key to avoiding mango anthracnose. suppliment the tree with seaweed tonic and sulphate of potash in addition to feeding in th...
Category: Diseases
Tags: mango
Answered: 12:12PM, 19 Jul 2010
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dot
Answer: Hi Dot, could be just that it has reached its use-by date and is dying of old age. Too much rain and/or poor drainage could be the cause and possib...
Category: Diseases
Tags: natives
Answered: 12:10PM, 19 Jul 2010
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cathy
Answer: Dear Cathy, Do you live in America? We are an Australian website and am not familiar with the products e.g. fungicides that are available in the U...
Category: Diseases
Tags: disease, Tomatoes
Answered: 01:03PM, 16 Jul 2010
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Lyndal
Answer: Without seeing the damage I can only “guessimate” the black sooty stuff on the leaf is either sooty mould arising from a sap sucking in...
Answered: 10:46AM, 14 Jul 2010
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Michelle
Answer: Dear Michelle, There are not too many pests that attack Callistemons. There is a webbing caterpillar that can do some damage but usally you can co...
Answered: 11:29AM, 16 Jul 2010
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BARBARA
Answer: Dear Barbara, The product to control lacebug on your azaleas is called Confidor Garden Insecticide. The main damage occurs in spring and summer. ...
Answered: 02:15PM, 08 Jul 2010
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Jess
Answer: The only thing you can do is let it dry out,put it in a protected spot and use some seaweed solution for a couple of weeks until you start to see n...
Category: Diseases
Tags: general
Answered: 07:59AM, 28 Jun 2010
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merrill
Answer: Hi there, The disease that most kangaroo paws get is called ink spot disease, this attcks some species more than others. The best thing to do is to...
Category: Diseases
Tags: natives
Answered: 09:43AM, 18 Jun 2010
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Dave
Answer: Hi Dave, There could be a number of reasons why your capsicums are growing like that. You may have problems with insects like white fly,mites or ap...
Category: Diseases
Tags: general
Answered: 02:25PM, 04 Jun 2010
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Sue
Answer: Dear Sue, It is likely the pest that is attacking your lettuce is a cineraria leafminer. The adult of this pest is a very small black fly (about 2...
Answered: 01:25PM, 07 Jun 2010