Questions tagged: disease

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marcelle
Answer: Dear Marcelle Your apricot tree does have a disease which is called “gummosis” or “dead arm disease” resulting in excessive...
Answered: 01:00PM, 10 Dec 2009
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Dee
Answer: Hi Dee, this is an unusual symptom for this species and we need a lot more to diagnose it without seeing it. Suggest a sample in a sealed plastic b...
Category: Pests
Tags: disease
Answered: 06:59AM, 01 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 ...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 12:14PM, 03 Mar 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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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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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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Lynn
Answer: Dear Lynn, The mould you have on your gardenias is likely to be sooty mould. Sooty moulds are fungi which cover plant leaves, stems and twigs in a ...
Answered: 10:07AM, 31 May 2010
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cathy
Answer: Dear Cathy, Do you live in America? We are an Australian website and am not familiar with the products e.g. fungicides that are available in the U...
Category: Diseases
Tags: disease, Tomatoes
Answered: 01:03PM, 16 Jul 2010
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Dianne
Answer: Dear Dianne, Luculia can be a difficult plant to grow (as you have already found out). This plant prefers an acidic, well drained soil (near perfe...
Category: Pests
Answered: 02:10PM, 04 Aug 2010
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Tammi
Answer: Dear Tammi, From your description it does sound like this problem may be caused by a fungus called Phytophthora. It is evident by cracks in the ba...
Answered: 02:35PM, 05 Aug 2010
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Rex
Answer: Dear Rex, Your box of Leaf Curl copper spray is over 5 years old. We would suggest you purchased a new box of this product to ensure that your fru...
Answered: 03:28PM, 10 Aug 2010
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paul
Answer: Dear Paul, There is a fungus called Quince Fleck which is a fungal disease that cause black, slightly sunken spots on the fruit and brown to grey p...
Answered: 11:28AM, 12 Aug 2010
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Monica
Answer: Dear Monica, I am afraid it is too late to spray your peach tree now. You need to spray Leaf Curl Copper Spray(copper oxychloride) at bud swell. ...
Answered: 01:52PM, 29 Sep 2010
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Cecily
Answer: Dear Cecily, The product Rose Shield is only registered for roses or other ornamentals (shrubs, annuals and perennials. The product is not register...
Answered: 11:45AM, 14 Oct 2010
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Terry
Answer: Our Triforine label doesn’t specifically mention cherries but Yates Leaf Curl Copper fungicide is registered for the control of brown rot on ...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 04:55PM, 04 Aug 2011
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Roxanne
Answer: Hi Roxanne, I have attached an article on the bean fly from the QLD DPI showing the adult fly. It is normally a pest in warmer regions further nor...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: disease, Beans
Answered: 12:49PM, 14 Dec 2011
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Frayne
Answer: Hi Frayne, The weeping cherry does not look at all well. The gum around the trunk should be carefully removed to determine whether there are any bo...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 02:08PM, 12 Mar 2012
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Jeremy
Answer: Hi Jeremy. It may be best to just use liquid copper as this product controls quite a range of diseases on a range of vegetables. Without knowing w...
Category: Diseases
Tags: disease
Answered: 02:26PM, 30 Dec 2013
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mel
Answer: Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Are you able to tell me which plants this is happening on? Are the white spots a hard or soft waxy lumps on the lea...
Category: Diseases
Tags: disease, yellow, Plant
Answered: 08:50AM, 16 Dec 2015
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Paul
Answer: Hi Paul, This description does sound typical of bacterial wilt. Often heavy watering will disguise the damage done to the plant’s circulatory...
Answered: 09:57PM, 08 Jan 2016
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Chris
Answer: Hello Chris, To combat a wider range of diseases in your lawn, you should consider Yates Zaleton Dual Action Systemic Fungicide. Have you considere...
Answered: 07:20PM, 16 Feb 2016
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Andrea
Answer: Hello Andrea, This does sound like a case of Black Spot (or ‘Pear Scab’), which may result in split fruit, occurring more severely in p...
Answered: 07:48PM, 16 Feb 2016
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Sandy
Answer: Hi Sandy, Yes it does look like you have Passionfruit fungal spots which can be treated by using our leaf curl copper spray. It is common at this t...
Category: Diseases
Tags: disease
Answered: 08:42AM, 17 Feb 2016
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Mayank
Answer: Hello Mayank, It does appear that this plant may be lacking nutrient and, perhaps in part as a result; is succumbing to some disease and possible p...
Answered: 02:02PM, 19 Feb 2016
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Melanie
Answer: Hello Melanie, It looks like sucking pests have been feeding on your fruit in early stages of development. While the fruit may be fine to use regar...
Answered: 03:30PM, 15 May 2016
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Ozzy
Answer: Hi, thank you for your enquiry. It would have been ideal to treat your tree with a fungicide prior to infection, but as that is too late now, I wou...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 03:22PM, 30 May 2016
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Kay
Answer: Hi Kay, Thank you for contacting Yates. It is unfortunately difficult tell what is going on with the plant from the example provided. The blackenin...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 03:15PM, 25 Oct 2017