Questions about: Diseases

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Roy
Answer: You can use a product called rose shield. It is an insecticide as well as a fungicide.
Category: Diseases
Tags: general
Answered: 12:11PM, 14 May 2010
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Cheryl
Answer: Dear Cheryl, It does sound like the potting mix is too wet which is attracting fungus gnats( that are interested in the organic matter in the mix) ...
Answered: 03:19PM, 11 May 2010
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John
Answer: Dear John, Mancozeb Plus is a Yates product that is registered for the control of powdery mildew on certain vegetables. Mancozeb Plus is a powder ...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 03:07PM, 11 May 2010
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Yvonne
Answer: Its the scale’s honeydew that is attracting the sooty mould. Control the scale and the mould will disappear. Try Yates Natures Way Citrus &am...
Answered: 02:59PM, 19 Apr 2010
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Chung Bor
Answer: Hi Chung, Chillies will slow down after their second year and are best treated as an annual plant. Your symptoms also sound like either malnutriti...
Category: Diseases
Tags: chilli
Answered: 01:05PM, 19 Apr 2010
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jenny
Answer: Jenny, not sure what you mean by white afias. could it be a scale or a mealy bug? if so you need to spray pestoil or natrasoap accordingly.
Category: Diseases
Tags: rosella
Answered: 12:59PM, 19 Apr 2010
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John
Answer: Hi John it is always wise to replace old potting mix when replanting. Old mix can rot down into a heavy sludge and become poorly drained. The mealy...
Category: Diseases
Tags: potting mix
Answered: 12:53PM, 19 Apr 2010
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James
Answer: Hi James this sounds like typical symptoms of poor drainage and overwatering. it is normal for older leaves to dry and drop, but new leaves should...
Category: Diseases
Tags: cordyline
Answered: 08:07AM, 21 Apr 2010
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Mrs. R...
Answer: Dear Rhonda, It does sound like your begonias have a fungal disease. It is likely that it is either powdery mildew or botrytis leaf spot. A sytem...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 02:03PM, 20 Apr 2010
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Robin
Answer: Dear Robin, Gummosis or dead arm disease is a fungus that gains entry to the tree usually through pruning cuts. The gumming that you see on the tre...
Answered: 09:56AM, 21 Apr 2010