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Lancashire, United Kingdom Gb

hello,

i have a large laurel hedge at the rear of my garden which every summer seems to suffer from the leaves crisping up and appearing to be eaten away. This has started to happen early this year and a large percentage of the leaves have jagged holes appearing in them and brown edges.

What could be causing this and what can I do to protect the health of the hedge in general.

thanks




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Is it possible for you to post a photograph of the problem?

18 May, 2010

 

Okay, had a look - one more question, is the damage near the bottom of the bushes, or at the top as well?

3 Jun, 2010

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