The Q&A Archives: Asian Jasmine

Question: I had a bed of asian jasmine 15'x 60' it turned yellow brown and the whole bed died. what would cause this?

Answer: Asiatic jasmine is generally disease and insect free. It tolerates sun, shade and drought and comes back fighting. It can develop a fungal disease called Cercospora, which can be fatal but it is quite unusual. You might try just mowing off the tops of the plants to remove the dead foliage. If the roots are still alive it will regrow and cover the area again. Let's hope for the best.

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