Questions tagged: Photinia

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gaylene
Answer: if the leaves have turned brown on the edges and ends it could be scorching from fertilisers or salty irrigation water and probably not a disease. ...
Category: Diseases
Tags: Photinia
Answered: 07:00AM, 11 Nov 2009
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Maryann
Answer: Dear Maryann, Heavy clay soils really need to be treated well before planting commences. Adding gypsum to the soil will help to break up the clay p...
Answered: 01:10PM, 15 Jan 2010
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Narelle
Answer: Hi Narelle, To help improve the soil structure did you add organic material to the soil prior to planting to help break down the clay? If not you c...
Category: General
Answered: 03:59PM, 05 Sep 2011
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Omar
Answer: Hi Omar, The symptoms shown in the photgraph do resemble root rot which is caused by diseases such as pythium and phytophthora. If the soil is very...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 04:25PM, 24 Oct 2011
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Michelle
Answer: Hi Michell, Would you be kind enough to send a photo of your tree so we can better diagnose the problem. I wouldn’t think either Dynamic Lif...
Answered: 02:04PM, 24 May 2012
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steve
Answer: Hi Steve, Have you noticed any insect pests such as aphids or scale on the leaves or branches? Is the soil well drained and fertilised? If you co...
Category: Diseases
Tags: Photinia
Answered: 02:14PM, 04 Dec 2014