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Question by pcarroll03
December 2, 2007
care for ligustrum and dwaft Buford hedges some of the leaves are yellowing. The leaves on the Ligustrum look drained or lemp. The plants were a deep waxey green..Please help I did use large fertilize spikes around April/May.

In advance

Thanks Pat


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Answer from NGA
December 2, 2007

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Patricia,
I am not sure why your shrubs are yellowing. Such symptoms are usually due to either over saturated soils which drown roots by excluding oxygen, or from drought symptoms which also damaged roots. The fertilizer spikes could burn roots if you put too many of them ride around the plant but this is very unlikely. I suggest you give the plants some time while you try to keep the soil moist but not soggy wet. If the initial damage was not too severe they should survive.

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