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Paul
Answer: Hi Paul, Thank you for contacting Yates. This does look like Camellia tea mite from the photo provided. Best to prune off the affected branches. Mi...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 10:18AM, 16 Apr 2018
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les
Answer: Hi Les, Thank you for contacting Yates. The weed there looks similar to that of a chickweed variety. These can be tricky to control and requires di...
Category: Weeds
Answered: 04:14PM, 14 Apr 2018
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Karen
Answer: Hi Karen, Thank you for contacting Yates. If the tips are dying back first it is a sign of root rot. Camellias love a good drink but wet feet they ...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 04:17PM, 14 Apr 2018
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Brenda
Answer: Hi Brenda, Thank you for contacting Yates Australia. Unfortunately as the US has a variety of different pests and diseases that we have in our coun...
Category: Potting Plants
Tags: plant_care
Answered: 04:19PM, 14 Apr 2018
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Joan
Answer: Hi Joan, Thank you for contacting Yates. Gardenias have a very shallow root system and are unlikely to become invasive. Roses are more likely to ca...
Category: General
Answered: 05:06PM, 13 Apr 2018
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Ross
Answer: Hi Ross, Thank you for contacting Yates. Pomegranates love a Mediterranean climate and low nitrogen feed. If the feeding or the water has altered d...
Answered: 11:14AM, 13 Apr 2018
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Robert
Answer: Hi Robert, Thank you for contacting Yates. There are many plants would be suitable for your location such as Hardenbergia, Mandeville, Climbing Pel...
Answered: 03:40PM, 12 Apr 2018
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Jane
Answer: Hello, Im sorry to hear that you had sprayed your herbs by accident with Yates Rose Spray. Because this product is not registered or intended for u...
Answered: 10:09AM, 11 Apr 2018
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James
Answer: Hi James, Thank you for contacting Yates. From the photo provided it seems like the leaves are affected with a fungal disease. The browning during ...
Answered: 09:54AM, 11 Apr 2018
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Laura
Answer: Hello, Firstly congratulations on getting an avocado seed to germinate! But, if its turned to mush, this isnt a good sign – it means it has b...
Answered: 01:10PM, 10 Apr 2018