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Re: Leylandii

Re: Leylandii
Posted by: John (IP Logged)
Date: July 03, 2007 16:13

Sounds like it might be the Cypress Aphid which often appears late spring, particularly at the base of the tree. Dieback may spread up and sideways through the hedge. Look for greyish to yellow brown aphids and, if confirmed, spray with approved insecticide.

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|  Leylandii mandy poulton 02/07/2007 15:47
||  Re: Leylandii John 03/07/2007 16:13

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