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Adam_W
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a week ago

Hi @chengjianer Another very useful one is Dipel, it's a bacteria-based product that only impacts caterpillars

Adam_W
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2 weeks ago

Hi @ChrisNocker Thanks for the detailed diagrams, makes things much easier.Just to sort of unpack this whole plan.- A charged line can be very effecti ...

Adam_W
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3 weeks ago

Hey @Adrian21 and welcome!Oh dear, sad house-plants can be very frustrating. Not like a garden plant where you only see it a couple of times a week. T ...

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4 weeks ago

Hi @newfast I think you have a number of things going on there.- Quite likley has been some curl grub activity. Have you seen any little black/brown b ...

Adam_W
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4 weeks ago

Hi @Noyade that's a serious break...Looks like a classic example of what they call 'included bark'. Happens where a tree develops two main shoots or m ...

Adam_W
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a month ago

Hi @dee12 and welcome!By 'winter bulbs' I assume you mean the classic spring flowering bulbs like daffodils, jonquils, freesias etc? I'm in the sub-tr ...

Adam_W
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a month ago

My experience removing crazy amounts from client's yards back in the day...It's a 2-stage process or you can skip the chemical stage altogether....1) ...

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a month ago

Hi @Gavlow & welcome.I'm going to guess that it's some form of clumping bamboo. The bamboos do like lots of water but, as @MitchellMc asked... if ther ...

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chengjianer
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recently there are a lot of caterpillars on our edible plant leaves, so i bought that spray to see if it will work. did i buy the correct one? or is t ...

Moderator JaneK
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a week ago

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop Community @chengjianer! I'm so sorry to hear that your garden has been invaded by hungry pests. Thanks for sharing ...

Noelle
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a week ago

Hi @chengjianer The spray you have bought will work, but only if it is sprayed directly on to the caterpillars and other pests - it is what is known ...

Adrian21
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3 weeks ago

I water them the same. And in the photo shows where they are positioned and there lighting ill try give them some seasol or something to see if they p ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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3 weeks ago

Unfortunately, I'm not a Horticulturist @Adrian21. It looks like it could be mosaic virus, though the examples of leaf patterns I've seen don't match ...

Noelle
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3 weeks ago

Hi @Adrian21 The whitish yellow spots are possibly a fungal disease on mature and emerging leaves. Isolate affected plants and treat with an all pur ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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3 weeks ago

Many thanks for your expert advice @Noelle, I'm sure @Adrian21 appreciates your input. Mitchell

Community Manager Jason
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4 weeks ago

Thanks for the extra investigation work and photos @newfast. Let me tag resident lawncare expert @Adam_W to see if he might like to kindly share h ...

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Adam_W
Valued Contributor
a week ago

Hi @chengjianer Another very useful one is Dipel, it's a bacteria-based product that only impacts caterpillars

Adam_W
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2 replies
2 weeks ago

Hi @ChrisNocker Thanks for the detailed diagrams, makes things much easier.Just to sort of unpack this whole plan.- A charged line can be very effecti ...

Adam_W
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1 reply
3 weeks ago

Hey @Adrian21 and welcome!Oh dear, sad house-plants can be very frustrating. Not like a garden plant where you only see it a couple of times a week. T ...

Adam_W
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1 reply
4 weeks ago

Hi @newfast I think you have a number of things going on there.- Quite likley has been some curl grub activity. Have you seen any little black/brown b ...

Adam_W
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2 replies
4 weeks ago

Hi @Noyade that's a serious break...Looks like a classic example of what they call 'included bark'. Happens where a tree develops two main shoots or m ...

Adam_W
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1 reply
a month ago

Hi @dee12 and welcome!By 'winter bulbs' I assume you mean the classic spring flowering bulbs like daffodils, jonquils, freesias etc? I'm in the sub-tr ...

Adam_W
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2 replies
a month ago

My experience removing crazy amounts from client's yards back in the day...It's a 2-stage process or you can skip the chemical stage altogether....1) ...

Adam_W
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1 reply
a month ago

Hi @Gavlow & welcome.I'm going to guess that it's some form of clumping bamboo. The bamboos do like lots of water but, as @MitchellMc asked... if ther ...

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