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Native Frangipani Pest/Disease

Posted by Albatross06 Northern NSW (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 4, 12 at 19:11

Hi, I have 2 Native Frangipanis (Hymenosporum Flavum) planted adjacent to each other. They are currently dropping all leaves, have a sticky substance on & around the new shoots (which don't appear to be growing). This substance is attracting lots of bees. The trees are 2 years old. Have had these trees in various gardens for the last 30 years & never seen this problem. Can someone help/advise. Thanks in advance


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RE: Native Frangipani Pest/Disease

Albatross06, did you ever get an answer to your query? I am having the same problem.


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RE: Native Frangipani Pest/Disease

If you could post a photo Albatross or marksuth of the affected part(s) it'd help.

B.


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RE: Native Frangipani Pest/Disease

Disease/pest is now gone - I have no photos


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RE: Native Frangipani Pest/Disease

Well, there you go, sometimes if you leave things alone mother nature'll take care of it.
B.


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