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Re: Chlorosis with the Azaleas

Berry, It is also caused by root death or root pruning, which many people do not realize. It just means that the roots can’t take up the nutrients. As to
Harold Greer
9:19 PM
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Re: Chlorosis with the Azaleas

Hi All! The content of the comments has changed from chlorosis to the proper time to fertilize, so I'd like to get it back on track to match the subject line:
Barry
8:04 PM
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Re: Chlorosis with the Azaleas

27 May 2015 Greetings, Nick, You may recall that my wife and I lived in upstate New York, Syracuse and Rochester, for 5 years. We watched the professional
George Klump
5:36 PM
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Re: Chlorosis with the Azaleas

George Klump That timetable for feeding azaleas may be appropriate for California . . . .. here in the Notheast I'd be very reluctant to use any fertilizer
    Nicholas Yarmoshuk
    4:21 PM
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    Chlorosis with the Azaleas

    The leaves of some of my azalea plants (I have about 50) are yellow, suggesting chlorosis, perhaps caused by high pH. I have added iron (7 months ago) but it
    George Klump
    3:27 PM
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    20428

    Re: Ask Us Page

    Hi Terry, I'm going to guess that you might have been visited by the azalea sawfly, /Amauronematus azaleae/. It looks like a little green caterpillar. They
    William C. Miller III
    12:28 PM
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    Re: this is from the ASK US page, so please send me a CC -- Question

    Hi Gayle, You wouldn't add Epsom salt (Magnesium sulfate...MgSO_4 ·7H_2 O) unless you have a demonstrated magnesium deficiency. The only way to know that
    William C. Miller III
    12:08 PM
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    this is from the ASK US page, so please send me a CC -- Question re

    this is from the ASK US page, so please send me a CC The leaves of some of my azalea plants (I have about 50) are yellow, suggesting chlorosis, perhaps caused
    Gayle Jackson
    May 27
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    If I remember correctly, my azalea looked great about a month ago in April. Just before blooming, I noticed that something had devoured almost all of the
    Terry
    May 27
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    Re: petal blight

    Will, http://www.ohp.com/Labels_MSDS/PDF/strike50wdg_label.pdf It's the same as Bayleton. I've used it for years and you can spray blooms that have been
    John Migas
    May 27
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    This is from the ASK US page so send me a CC. What do you know about an azalea named Mother Teresa? Warren Groomes Founding Member of ASA
    Warren Groomes
    May 27
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    petal blight

    I've got some questions for anyone who feels some degree of expertise regarding petal blight: Is there a best fungicide? Bayleton was touted as the best
    Will Ferrell
    May 27
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    Re: Help,,my Encore Azaleas have a gray scale on the branches

    Steve, the grey crust might be scale insect, which will suck out the plant juices and harm the plant. Usually scale is accompanied by the branches turning
    Thomas Schuetz
    May 25
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    Re: yellow deciduous azalea id? [2 Attachments]

    I would say it is either Admiral Semmes or Sunstruck, both hybrids of austrinum X hotspur yellow exbury,  both hybrids from Dodd or Aromi. I grow both. Mike
    Mike Creel
    May 24
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    Help,,my Encore Azaleas have a gray scale on the branches

    this is from the ASK US page, so please send me a CC I live in Orlando Florida (I think Zone 9) I have a lot of Encore Azaleas but some of them are developing
    Steve Gray
    May 24
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