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Left unchecked, canker can gradually spread to affect whole branches and sections of trees. Severely-infected old trees may be beyond rescue, while young trees are vulnerable to infection, particularly where other susceptible trees are growing
I have had to cut down a 25 year old rowan tree infected with canker, can I plant another in the same place? If not can anyone recommend a canker resistant small tree that can be planted in the same place? thanks It might be tricky growing any kind
hi folks. my two horse chestnut trees are badly infected with bleeding canker disease and i have to fell them. i am told that i cannot use the timber in my woodburning stove, can anyone confirm, yes or no ? advice would be much appreciated. Sadly
to be getting canker quickly. Isn't there anything I can do to reverse the problem? Are there any plum varieties which are resistant to canker? I have found that a good dousing of bordeaux mix on the tree branches in the spring, before flowering, and a good
A general term for disease that's characterised by patches of dead cells on the trunk or branches of a tree or woody plant. Also see Anthracnose.
Bacterial canker affects ornamental and edible Prunus species, including cherries, plums and apricots. Monty demonstrates effective techniques for pruning out infected stems, in his practical video guide.spring-summerMore problem-solving advice
of canker? How do I treat it? Can any one help?
Hmmm, need to pay a visit to Speccavers! Try again Melsey, press green submit reply button under comments window, NOT Enter button on keyboard!
I have 5 Emerald & Gaiety sited aginst a North East house wall and after many years of them being healthy and climbing they have all died with what looks like a hard canker. The canker is ball shaped and of varying size, some being the size
I moved a large old buddleia 2 years ago. It was doing well, but last year it did not flower, the leaves turned yellow and it didn't grow much. This year it hasn't grown much again, no flowering visible and a hard yellow canker of some kind covering