Black Spot Attack
I asked this in the ‘Questions’ section but it got overlooked so i’m hoping that someones might have some ideas for me !
For the past 2 years now my Escallonia ‘Crimson Spire’ hedge has had severe attacks, has dropped 90% of its leaves and gone through the winter looking like a deciduous plant.
It shows the spots in late autumn and drops the leaves continuously until almost bare, young and old leaves are affected.
The neighbour opposite has the very same hedge and it’s not affected at all.
My question is …. how can i prevent this from happening for the 3rd winter running ? (and why isn’t the neighbours hedge affected?)
- 7 Aug, 2009
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