|I am currently starting a nursery in north carolina. I have noticed that i have been steadily loosing some one gallon golden euonymous. They where growing grea and now they have began to die off. I have noticed some marginal necrosis. Could a lack of copper be causing this die back.
|Answer from NGA
July 17, 2005
|Since yours is a commercial operation, I would strongly suggest you work with your local county extension to obtain an accurate diagnosis and based on that, get their specific suggestions for how to proceed. They may run tests on both the soil and the foliage. Best of luck with your new nursery!
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