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Bruce Ramsay starts with I have an large Kensington Pride mango tree, approx. One patch look just the same as your pictures. Perhaps my trees are getting a double-whammy!? Perhaps with the extra dry conditions it would be preferable to fert little and often, and water well. And it showed nothing. About the Author John13 Sydney 15th March 9: About the Author ashfield sydney 8th October View All 's Edible Fruit Trees.
Also have lots of dead branches in the tree. I'm thinking of a temporary fertiliser "salts" not NaCl build up combined with inadequate water that may have caused a reverse-osmosis ie: I have been wondering tho' about something Speedy mentioned about watering thru' the rain initially as salt gets washed back into the root zone by the rain causing this kind of damage.
Have u put anything else on them at all? About the Author Kath Cawongla 15th February I have the exact same problem, the leaves turn brown and die off with the branch rotting with what seems to be the bark getting stripped down to teh core. We have also thought wind, they only get the southerly, today is blowing easterly, and the trees that get hammered with the easterly aren't affected.
I've been cutting off branches as soon as it appears but does not seem to stop the disease. As we are so close - we may b having the same problem - are u able to post a photo? It sounds like anthracnose or black spot, this diseases in the mangos will be a real problem this year because of all the wet weather.
In the just competed season I have had a reasonable crop of fruit however ther appears to be a disease causing the leaves to drop and the tips of new branches to die back. WA 2nd August 3: Me again, ok have done some pics, the salt content in the soil was minimal, we don't over fertilise, and when we do we don't give them heaps at once, we gradually do it.
It is good talking to some one close by, who understands the wind, water and soil of this area. It's worth getting your water checked ours above WHO recommendations on a few things - I have complained to water corp - they "looking into it" About the Author amanda19 Geraldton.
We have soil and leaf analysis done and no one can tell us what we are doing wrong, did you find out how to fix yours. My Mango tree also has Anthracnose but I have the chainsaw ready to make it within reach. My soil test showed chloride levels that I am waiting for an agronomist to explain - who did your soil test?
When I have phone ag dept ususally get told to phone Kununurra who's soil, wind and water probs are nothing like here. Are u close to ocean at all? The idea is to flush it away into the subsoil. I know there has been problems with this in Northampton and my area too. Last summer we gave them plenty of water and they improved, but with winter rains, stopped watering, put them on for about 4 hours yesterday.
There must be an answer to all of this!? About the Author ashfield 8th October Has anybody worked out how to spray a 12m high tree and how much Mangozeb it's going to take to do it 6 times. Amanda, we have our own bore and aren't on scheme water, salt was the first thing we looked into, there is practically no salt in the water. Not getting enough water is the only thing we can think off, but as you know we have had heaps of rain recently.
And we are right in town, so not getting ocean winds or salt, we fertilise with NPK blue and Urea, we alternate, our friend in Cvon also gave us a bag of what he uses there, but not sure what that is made up off. Even then, such problems will arise Hi, have problem with my mango tree.
Hi Vicki - that's really interesting! You are so lucky to have good bore water! You may want to try a slow trickle on one sick tree - leave overnight a cupla times a week for a few weeks and see what happens to new growth and the presently un-burnt growth.Warm climate, Northern aspect, good drainage etc etc. I will send your pic down to Aaron Chapman as well. The leaves are going brown and dry at the ends and then continues to die until they fall off. As we are not licensed to sell chemicals I am afraid I am not allowed to recommend a solution for you. And we look at the trees to see whether we think they need fertilising, ie the colour of the tree, pale green rather than dark green. Landmark did the soil and leaf testing. There was a great guy in Cvon but he retired and only does consult work now, but what he didn't know wasn't worth knowing About the Author Vicki4 Northampton WA 2nd August Hi again Vicki - what was the soil salt level on your results?
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