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Jim Hyland

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30 years experiance in the ID and management of forest diseases and ID of landscape tree diseases.

Dr Stephen Vann

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Plant Diseases and Disorders of Lawn Grasses, Trees, Vegetables,and Ornamentals

Melissa Johnston

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Plant diseases, landscaping, tropical plants, roses, herbs, plant care, grafting, horticulture, plant identification, anything about plants I can likely answer.

kathy crowley

U.S.
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Tropical plants in Florida, Bamboo, Vines, Fruit trees, Antique Roses, rare plants from around the world.

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2017-03-04 Pittosporum disease:

Dear Ted, There are a few reasons that some branches of any shrub may die off.  If this only happens occasionally, then I would suspect this is nothing to worry about.  If this is happening pretty often

2017-02-27 wireworms:

Onwell:    Unfortunately, my background in insects is quite limited. Historically Sevin (carbaryl) has been used extensively on vegetables.  Check the label for the specifics. Also check in with your local

2017-02-27 wire worm:

Dear Onwell, Wireworms can be a very difficult pest to control, and unfortunately, there aren't very many effective controls for them.  In future, try to prevent them by tilling the soil over to help expose

2017-02-24 Papaya Tree:

Hi again,  Thanks for the photos made it.  This is what I have come up with and I hope it helps.  I am in Florida and have not seen this problem here. But checking around I came up with this information

2017-02-24 Papaya Tree:

Hi Rich, no picture attached.  If it has white gummy looking stuff coming out of the fruit it is worms that bored into the fruit.  kathy

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