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Maria
Answer: Hi Maria, Thank you for contacting Yates. You are absolutely right this is a Ficus plant. Its a native called Ficus pumila. A wonderful climber to ...
Category: General
Tags: plant iD
Answered: 02:21PM, 25 May 2018
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Barbara
Answer: Hi Barbara, Thank you for contacting Yates. This plant is Russelia equisetiformis, you can read more about this plant from the following link: http...
Category: General
Tags: plant iD
Answered: 11:05AM, 24 May 2018
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Clare
Answer: Hi Clare, Thank you for contacting Yates. I can see from the picture the western end pittosporum is severely stressed. To revive the hedge, I would...
Category: General
Answered: 08:29AM, 22 May 2018
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Glenise
Answer: Hi Glenise, Thank you for contacting Yates. I would suggest controlling snail/slug and slaters around your seedlings. Try Yates Blitzem Snail &...
Answered: 04:03PM, 21 May 2018
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Robyn
Answer: Hello, Chrysanthemums are such cheery plants so I can understand why you wish to give them a little extra TLC. The following link provides some gre...
Category: General
Answered: 03:34PM, 21 May 2018
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Jan
Answer: Hi Jan, Thank you for contacting Yates. Unfortunately, we haven’t got any products registered against this pest. However, there are some cult...
Category: Pests
Answered: 09:53AM, 17 May 2018
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Jagadip
Answer: Hi Jagadip, Thank you for contacting Yates. From the photos provided, the citrus leaves look affected by citrus leaf miner. We would recommend appl...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 02:00PM, 15 May 2018
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Julie
Answer: Hello, Your mother in law is very fortunate to have this plant – it looks very much like a Vireya rhododendron – a relative of the azalea.
Category: General
Answered: 04:13PM, 14 May 2018
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Guy
Answer: Hi Guy, Thank you for contacting Yates. Looks like there are some sap-sucking insects from the sooty mould, try spray it with Yates Nature’s ...
Answered: 04:17PM, 12 May 2018
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Alan
Answer: Hi Alan, Thank you for contacting Yates. I would suggest starting with soil pH and making sure the reading is neutral. Also, it’s worth check...
Category: Fruit & Citrus
Tags: dieback, citrus
Answered: 05:11PM, 11 May 2018