Posted: 02/02/2016 at 16:09
It's neither of those Kits, very different diseases, you'll probably have to improve the drainage and you may lose the whole hedge. The wet winters we're having will continue, so doing the job this spring/summer will hopefully future proof the ground, and if you replant, try a different hedge plant. It should give better results. I always find privet a bit fickle, they can succumb to disease very quickly. A more robust laurel which tolerates damp soil may be a better option.