Questions about: Diseases

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sharon
Answer: Dear Sharon, It is difficult to know what is causing this problem with your Chinese elm tree. You say you have checked the tree for pests and ther...
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Answered: 08:56AM, 19 Mar 2010
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Margaret
Answer: Dear Margaret, It is a little puzzling to know what has affected the one only bush in your photinia hedge. One would think if it was the herbicide ...
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Answered: 12:45PM, 11 Mar 2010
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Kat
Answer: Hi there, It sounds like a problem called leaf scortch which happens when your trees are stressed from environmental conditions like heat and wind...
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Tags: trees
Answered: 08:55AM, 11 Mar 2010
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anne
Answer: Dear Anne, It is possible that the sooty mould on your alexander palms is caused by scale. This scale insect tends to congregate under sheathing l...
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Answered: 01:38PM, 10 Mar 2010
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Jason
Answer: Dear Jason, It is a shame you have had problems in growing snow peas in the past as they are such a versatile and delicious vegie to grow. Best to ...
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Answered: 12:14PM, 03 Mar 2010
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Barry
Answer: Lime sulphur will burn your tomatoes. Try Natures Way Natrasoap Insect and Mite Spray. It coats the insect or mite causing it to suffocate and dry ...
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Answered: 03:39PM, 01 Mar 2010
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Eugene
Answer: Dear Eugene, Without further investigation is difficult to know what is affecting the flowers on your hibiscus. It would be a good idea in any cas...
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Answered: 11:08AM, 01 Mar 2010
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Walter
Answer: Hi there, Can you please tell us a bit more information because you are not clear about the query that you have.
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Answered: 08:38AM, 18 Feb 2010
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Janine
Answer: Hi Janine, unfortunately we are unable to daignose from your description without seeing the symptoms, or much more detailed information. It would a...
Category: Diseases
Tags: plant_care
Answered: 09:35AM, 16 Feb 2010
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Richard
Answer: Hi Richard, curled leaves on tomatoes may be caused by herbicide drift or by a virus transmitted by aphids. Avoid contact with herbicides and keep...
Category: Diseases
Tags: Tomatoes
Answered: 01:58PM, 11 Feb 2010