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Noelle
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Noelle
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2 weeks ago

Great alternative advice @redracer01 !

Noelle
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2 weeks ago

Hi @zotz87 Looks like Mitchell has you pretty well covered. Good control from fruit set until harvest is critical if you want to pick ripe fruits fr ...

Noelle
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3 weeks ago

Hi @Jackson Citrus leaf curl, which this appears to be the start of from your pic, can be caused by a range of conditions, among them over- or under- ...

Noelle
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a month ago

Hi again @Rach23 If the top of the mix is dry and the mix in the base of the pot very wet, then drainage is likely a problem. Increase the size and ...

Noelle
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a month ago

Hi @Rach23 @MitchellMc has given you sound advice re the Black Magic and also the zinc and manganese chelate product from Yates. The yellowing of the ...

Noelle
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a month ago

Hi @Adrian21 I'd suspect sunburn either direct through the grow tent or through water sitting on the leaf, especially if it's the top of the plant ...

Noelle
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a month ago

Hi @Shima Agree completely with @MitchellMc re cutting the affected leaf off and also reducing the amount of fertiliser you are using. Cannas general ...

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redracer01
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2 weeks ago

Hello @zotz87 Welcome to Bunnings Workshop. These are good suggestions from @MitchellMc and @Noelle my other suggestion is more labor intensive but ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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2 weeks ago

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @zotz87. It's fantastic to have you join us, and many thanks for your question. It would appear that th ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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a month ago

@Rach23, Black marvel is applied at 50 grams per square meter, so two handfuls, roughly 75 grams each, would be more than enough. In fact, if you ca ...

Stuardo
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a month ago

Hey @jjz sorry to see your plant is so sick. From your photo those bugs are Thrips and they are nasty sap suckers who spread plant virus and fungi as ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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a month ago

That certainly is an infestation @jjz. I'm not sure whether they would be the cause of your plant's demise or a secondary affliction. Were you fai ...

prettyliving
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a month ago

Thank you @Noelle for the advice, I really appreciate it ☺️I put a trace elements mix down over the weekend and also discovered a large ants nest righ ...

andyepx
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a month ago

Thank you @Noelle! We moved the pot so the leaves get more sunlight and will continue to keep an eye on water and get some wetting agent if things don ...

Adam_W
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February

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

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Noelle
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2 weeks ago

Great alternative advice @redracer01 !

Noelle
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2 weeks ago

Hi @zotz87 Looks like Mitchell has you pretty well covered. Good control from fruit set until harvest is critical if you want to pick ripe fruits fr ...

Noelle
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1 reply
3 weeks ago

Hi @Jackson Citrus leaf curl, which this appears to be the start of from your pic, can be caused by a range of conditions, among them over- or under- ...

Noelle
Super Contributor
a month ago

Hi again @Rach23 If the top of the mix is dry and the mix in the base of the pot very wet, then drainage is likely a problem. Increase the size and ...

Noelle
Super Contributor
2 replies
a month ago

Hi @Rach23 @MitchellMc has given you sound advice re the Black Magic and also the zinc and manganese chelate product from Yates. The yellowing of the ...

Noelle
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1 reply
a month ago

Hi @Adrian21 I'd suspect sunburn either direct through the grow tent or through water sitting on the leaf, especially if it's the top of the plant ...

Noelle
Super Contributor
a month ago

Hi @Shima Agree completely with @MitchellMc re cutting the affected leaf off and also reducing the amount of fertiliser you are using. Cannas general ...

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