Questions about: Diseases

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Tidjun
Answer: Hi there, It could be a number of different things and without any specific information its hard to know exactly whats going wrong with your camell...
Category: Diseases
Tags: camellias
Answered: 11:06AM, 01 Apr 2010
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Duncan
Answer: Hi there,yes you can use this product on Native plants.Using some seaweed solution would also help and make sure there is adequate drainage.
Category: Diseases
Answered: 12:45PM, 01 Apr 2010
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Tim
Answer: Dear Tim, Rust can be extremely difficult to control particularly during period of warm humid weather. The spores of this fungus are spread by win...
Category: Diseases
Tags: disease, Rust
Answered: 09:49AM, 09 Apr 2010
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Gail
Answer: Dear Gail, Without more information on the problem you have with your Acmena hedge, it is difficult to know if it is being attacked by a pest or if...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 01:19PM, 12 Apr 2010
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Lindsay
Answer: Dear Lindsay, Wollemi Pines can be attacked by ordinary garden pests such as aphids, thrips, caterpillars, and thrips. It would be a good idea to ...
Answered: 12:31PM, 12 Apr 2010
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Ted
Answer: Hi Ted, cut the fern back to 1cm above soil level and spray or squash any remaining scale you can see. Fertilise with half-strength soluble Aquaso...
Category: Diseases
Tags: scale
Answered: 12:56PM, 24 Mar 2010
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Denise
Answer: Hi Denise, most likely root rot caused by heavy soil and/or poor drainage. hard to advise further without seeing the symptoms, position and the so...
Category: Diseases
Tags: grevillea
Answered: 12:43PM, 19 Mar 2010
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Malcolm
Answer: Dear Malcolm, I can appreciate how frustrating it can be to spend time growing a crop only to be affected by a disease that can ruin it completel...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 01:03PM, 25 Mar 2010
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Neville
Answer: Hi Neville, there are no home-garden products registered in Australia containing the active ingredient chlorothalonil. In your case it’s best...
Category: Diseases
Tags: bromeliads
Answered: 11:55AM, 15 Mar 2010
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Neville
Answer: hi Neville, crown rot in broms is caused by phytophthora. it isnt often a problem unless the mix contains soil from the garden containing the spore...
Category: Diseases
Tags: bromeliads
Answered: 11:41AM, 15 Mar 2010