Questions tagged: apple tree

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R
Answer: Dear R, It does sound like your apple tree may be suffering with a boron deficiency. The symptoms in fruit showing up as cracking, dark, spongy are...
Category: Bulbs
Answered: 09:45AM, 18 Nov 2009
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Sajid
Answer: Dear Sajid, The holes in the leave of your apple tree have been caused by an insect called a pear & cherry slug. The larvae are green and slim...
Answered: 12:58PM, 20 Sep 2011
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Robert
Answer: Hi Robert, Confidor does not have registration for the control of aphids on apple trees. It is registered to control aphids on stone fruit as well...
Answered: 12:23PM, 16 Nov 2011
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Jacelyn
Answer: Hi Jacelyn, Thank you for sending the photo. It looks more like a fungal problem rather than a deficiency. If you have been apply Thrive Flower &...
Answered: 12:34PM, 07 Dec 2011
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Dwain
Answer: Hi Dwain, Unfortunately if the tree hasn’t been treated for this disease in the early stages, it is likely to persist particularly during per...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 03:55PM, 13 Dec 2011
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Lisa
Answer: Hi Lisa, You can prune your apple tree in late winter/early spring. Apples fruit on short spurs that come off the old wood. I have attached a link ...
Answered: 11:10AM, 01 Aug 2012
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Chris
Answer: Hi Chris, Confidor is not registered for use on apple trees to control garden weevils. Are you sure they are weevils? Apples can be attacked by c...
Answered: 04:27PM, 23 Nov 2012
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Barry
Answer: Hi Barry How lovely to have an apple tree from which you can pick your own fruit. I am sure with a little TLC your tree will be able to produce go...
Answered: 02:45PM, 17 Feb 2014
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Ian
Answer: Hi Ian, Thank you for contacting us. To control woolly wax scale on your apple tree you can use Nature’s Way Citrus & Ornamental Spray. ...
Answered: 12:58PM, 22 Sep 2016