We Grow Every Year

Tue, 02/12/2013 - 16:14 -- admin

Watch for leaf damage due to insects. Damage can usually be recognized by holes and small discolored spots. Spray chemicals such as Malathion, Diaznon or House & Garden Raid if insects are visible.
Watch for fungal issues, which usually appear as tan or dark brown spots or as a white powder on the foliage. To help avoid fungal problems on Apples, Roses or other more susceptible plants, water only at ground level, and not on the leaves. If you are overhead watering, do so in the mornings and not evenings so that fungus does not have a chance to settle in over night.

Type of plant: 
Shurb/Tree