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Old 08-30-2019, 11:28 PM   #1
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Japanese Blueberry leaves spoltchy yellow

Any help with what cause this, what it is and how to treat it? Thanks
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Old 08-31-2019, 12:14 AM   #2
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It could be sooty mold fungus which is about the only thing that bothers the Japanese Blueberry. The mold comes from insect scale. Neem oil is a good treatment.

Those white spots bother me, however...not sure about that.
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It had bad scale infestation last year and am now using a systemic insecticide to counter that. First the little white things then the yellow splotches
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I don't recognize the disease, but be very careful using systemic insecticides on anything that you intend to eat crop off off. Systemics travel through the entire plant, including the what you may want to harvest. Many have a residual effect that may carry over to the crop in the following year of perennial plants. Be sure to read as much as you can about the spray if you plan on eating any crop from the plants being sprayed.

More often, these systemic sprays are the most effective at curing ailments, but you do have to be aware of risks with food producing plants.
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Thanks Dick for the concern. What I used was a systemic drench that goes at the base of the trees which are ornamental only. At this point all my food crops are grown in buckets at the other side of the yard. The other concern with systemic is if it will affect the insects that feed on the target plant's flowers.
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Old 10-20-2019, 09:19 PM   #6
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Wait awhile, the deer will eat them to the ground. Problem solved.
These are ornamental right? Use COMPARE N SAVE SYSTEMIC SOIL DRENCH on them.
Keeps aphids off crape myrtles good.
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how deep is it planted?
Generally that is a sign something more is wrong which is why I ask
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