Nov 20, 2021 11:30 am
I'm in need of some urgent advice to save one dying lilly pilly in the middle of our hedge.
Please see the photos attached.
The growth seems to have completely stopped and leaves are becoming more sparse as they fall off. A few branches have completely dried up and died. Some of the leaves are turning yellow.
I have read this may be a result of root rot. Can anyone confirm this and if so is it possible to save it?
Love to hear any and all thoughts/advice.
I measured the pH of the soil at this plant and it appeared alkaline. However the trees on either side of this dying plant don't seem to have any issues at all.
All of the trees are being attacked by little green bugs but I am managing this with eco-neem and eco-oil spray.
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