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I planted a Unique feijoa last winter – it’s leaves are chewed & it’s new tips aren’t developing, it’s remaining leaves are rather sparse.

  • annette moffat asked 3 years ago
  • last edited 3 years ago
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Hi Annette, most likely there will be little caterpillars in the tips of the branches chewing on this nice new growth. Ensure there is a good mulch layer around the tree (i.e. no grass growing up to the trunk). Lightly trim off the damaged tips which will encourage new growth, fertilise with Novatec Fertiliser and it will come away quickly. You will also need to spray for caterpillars. Thanks, the Palmers team

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