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08:28PM, 04 Nov 2009
Answer: Hi Dorina, You have done the correct thing by r...
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08:28PM, 04 Nov 2009
If I rip out my lillypilly that has psyllids and sooty mould how long until I can replant in the same spot?

Submitted: 12:03AM, 17 Jun 2015
Answer: You don’t really need to wait to replant the area as these are not systemic problems. If you are going to replant with another Lilly Pilly I would choose a variety that is resistant to psyllids so that you don’t get the same problem again. These pests take advantage of weak and stressed plants. Help your plants to stay healthy by keeping the soil moist and feeding them regularly with Yates Dynamic Lifter Soil Improver & Plant Fertiliser. Psyllid resistant varieties of lilly pillies are also available.
Answered: 10:36AM, 19 Jun 2015


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