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I've just moved into a new house with a larger garden and inherited a superb pink magnolia but who's leaves and buds are stricken with a brown mould which destroys the huge petals soon after opening.Any advice on treatment please? Much appreciated! I also have this but I assumed ...
Hi, I'm features co-ordinator on Gardeners' World Magazine and I’m writing a feature about the best ways to beat tomato blight and the best tasting tomatoes. I’d like your input. Growing very early-ripening tomatoes, like ‘Red Alert’, can often mean
my potato hulms have black and brown leaves on the bottom but the tops are still flowering and green is this blight and should I cut the hulms off? It sounds like blight, which often happens when there's been a really wet spell. I'm not sure what
A general term for a number of fungal diseases, which are normally soil-borne, but also aerially transmitted. It affects a large range of plants, but commonly cereal cops. May cause damping off and blight, but can be controlled using fungicide.
The leaves on my apple trees are open now and some are distorted as tho the central vein is too short and others have blisters on one side of the leaf usually red in colour. Anyone know what this problem is? could be blight or canker,
Hello i have two tomato plants and both have devloped brown spots on the lower leaves which appear thinner than the green part of the leaf i have never toms before and i am wondering if i have the dreaded blight or leaf burn cheers sorry cant get
i doing wrong?? i also hav brown patches coming on all tomato stems, not soggy but surely not good! whats that all about?? you guys always give me good answers, good luck this time Jo sounds like blight to me. There is a long discussion here
ANY GARDENERS IN NORTH CORNWALL. WE NORMALLY PLANT IN FEBRUARY TO ADVOID BLIGHT, BUT I AM WONDERING ABOUT THE WET GROUND THIS YEAR. WE ARE HAVING A DRY MILD SPELL AT THE MOMENT SO I THOUGHT OF WAITING UNTIL ABOUT THE 20TH. ANY IDEAS PLEASE
I have a large box hedge that I would like to tunr in to a cockrel - how do I set about it please.Thanks Be careful - if there is any danger of frost don't cut your box hedges too early otherwise box-blight can set in and you can lose your hedge
Spread a thick layer of mulch (manure or compost) around fruit trees and bushesPlant fruit bushes, trees and canes into enriched soilPrune blackcurrants, cutting out a quarter of the oldest woody stems from mature plantsOrder blight-resistant seed