Questions tagged: magnolia

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Answer: Dynamic Lifter Advanced for Camellias and Azaleas is great for magnolias. see link for more info: http://www.yates.com.au/products/fertilising/or...
Category: Fertilising
Tags: magnolia
Answered: 10:18AM, 17 Nov 2009
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margaret
Answer: Hi Margaret, we recommend Dynamic Lifter for Camellias and Azaleas to be used on magnolias and other acid loving trees and shrubs. Apply spring an...
Category: Fertilising
Tags: magnolia
Answered: 08:09AM, 24 Nov 2009
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Caroline
Answer: Hi Caroline, hard to say without seeing, but if the top growth looks ok I wouldnt worry, it’s just the tree’s way of making more branch...
Category: General
Tags: magnolia
Answered: 11:07AM, 19 Apr 2010
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Leigh
Answer: Hi Leigh, hard to say without seeing the symptoms eg old leaves or new leaves yellowing, veins showing green or not, any marginal scorching of leav...
Category: Fertilising
Tags: magnolia
Answered: 07:38AM, 15 Jul 2010
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Tony
Answer: Dear Tony, You can choose from a number of fertilisers. Acticote + Instant Booster for Fruit, Trees & Shrubs is a slow release fertiliser that ...
Answered: 01:24PM, 12 Aug 2010
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Jeanette
Answer: Hi Jeanette, There may a couple of reasons why your magnolia has not flowered. Possums really love to eat magnolia buds (both flower and leaf buds...
Category: General
Tags: magnolia
Answered: 11:52AM, 22 Aug 2011
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Sue
Answer: Hi Sue,Did you have a late frost this year? The damage looks slightly like cold damage and were the leaves and shoots also affected? Thrips damag...
Category: Diseases
Tags: magnolia
Answered: 09:39AM, 04 Oct 2011
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Danelle
Answer: Hi Danelle, You do not mention how much space you have along side your pool for growing these magnolias. Over a period of time these specimens wil...
Answered: 12:05PM, 16 Nov 2012
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Jean-F...
Answer: Hi Jean-Francis, From looking at the photo, it looks as though the leaf has been sunburned. Could this be possible? From the photo it appears tha...
Answered: 11:23AM, 26 Nov 2012
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susan
Answer: Hi Susan, The port wine magnolias do look unwell. There are mealy bug present and it would be best to apply Pest Oil or Confidor for this pest. Atl...
Category: Diseases
Tags: magnolia
Answered: 09:59AM, 11 Dec 2014
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Jarrad
Answer: This type of damage looks most consistent with over or under watering. Check your watering routine, if you are watering more than 3 times a week tr...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 11:18AM, 27 Mar 2015
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sam
Answer: Hi Sam Can you reload the image or describe the issue, as the picture has not attached or it’s too large for the system? Kind regards Ben
Category: Diseases
Tags: magnolia
Answered: 07:28PM, 22 Sep 2015
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Melodie
Answer: Hi Melodie Magnolia will have a turn over of leaves as a normal part of the growing process. Unless there are a large number of leaves this is happ...
Category: Fertilising
Tags: magnolia
Answered: 02:16PM, 29 Oct 2015
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Jesse
Answer: Magnolias are a great plant for your garden. It looks like you have some mealy bug. It can be controlled with some PestOil
Category: Pests
Answered: 07:31PM, 25 Jan 2016
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Lynn
Answer: Hello Lynn, It sounds like a nutrient issue to me. I suggest a regular dose (according to label instructions) of Yates Fruit and Flower Booster Liq...
Category: General
Answered: 08:48PM, 02 Feb 2016
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Katrina
Answer: Hi There Leaf drop can be caused by a few problems but it can also just be a part of its natural growth. The most common cause of the problem is en...
Category: General
Answered: 11:48AM, 22 Apr 2016
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Wilzen
Answer: Hello Wilzen, As with most plants, flowers are often one the first parts of the plant to be aborted due to stress. Transplanting is a very stressfu...
Category: General
Tags: magnolia, buds, drop
Answered: 06:44PM, 02 Jun 2016
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Janine
Answer: Hi Janine, Thank you for contacting us regarding your little gem. Browning leave tips normally indicates water related issue, either too much or no...
Category: Diseases
Tags: magnolia
Answered: 12:22PM, 14 Jun 2016
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Heather
Answer: Hi Heather, Thank you for contacting Yates regarding the magnolia tree, it looks like the damage was caused by chewing insects such as caterpillars...
Category: Pests
Tags: magnolia, foliage
Answered: 08:32AM, 15 Jul 2016
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Damian
Answer: Hello Damian, It appears that your magnolias are showing signs of magnesium deficiency. The product you need to apply is Yates Leaf Greener Magnesi...
Answered: 09:51PM, 16 Oct 2016
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Lisa
Answer: Hi Lisa, Thank you for contacting Yates. The best variety of Magnolias for the heat and around pools would be the Magnolia grandiflora. There are m...
Answered: 02:14PM, 14 Jan 2017
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Shane
Answer: Hi Shane, Thank you for contacting Yates, I believe the browning and leaf dropping is more likely watering related considering the extreme weather ...
Category: Diseases
Tags: magnolia, Sunburn
Answered: 12:00PM, 07 Feb 2017
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chris
Answer: Hi Chris, Thank you for contacting Yates. It looks very much like you have mealy bugs there. Mealy bugs attack the leaves of the plants and suck al...
Answered: 01:29PM, 31 Jul 2017
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Rhys
Answer: Hi Rhys, Thank you for contacting Yates. The best feed for both of these plants is a fertiliser that contains an organic base but also contains som...
Answered: 10:02AM, 03 Sep 2017
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Paul
Answer: Hi Paul, Thank you for contacting Yates. The damage that we can see there looks very similar to damage from caterpillars or a variety of chewing in...
Answered: 01:37PM, 09 Oct 2017
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Tracey
Answer: Hi Tracey, Thank you for contacting Yates. The browning flower buds are generally caused by lack of water, stressed plant or too much sun exposure....
Answered: 11:40AM, 17 Oct 2017
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Zoya
Answer: Hi Zoya, Thank you for contacting Yates. The tree is infested with mealy bugs. Try to control the pest with Yates Nature’s Way Citrus & O...
Category: Pests
Answered: 10:37AM, 10 Nov 2017