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I believe it's caused by an aphid which likes the dry closely clipped Laylandii hedge. I had the same problem and replaced it with a Yew hedge.

we cut quite a few connifer hedges, and new customers weve bin to have noticed theirs are brown, few year ago we heard of a disease within laylandii@conifer,  so that could be the cause aphid?

Are Leylandi poisionous to cattle,mainly while the cuttungs are wilting

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