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S.O.S. for magnolia

Mike the Tree Doctor mlamana at bestweb.net
Sat Sep 18 19:21:56 EST 1999

I've worked w/Phyton 27 (copper sulphate) and Cleary's 3336f (thiophanante
methyl)...what makes you think that these materials might have an effect
against an extant infection in xylem? have you read anything to tat effect?
I'd very interested!



David Deutsch <dd at gondwana.org> wrote in message
news:7rg21n$msm$1 at nnrp1.deja.com...
> Hello Andrea,
> I have a suggestion which might help... might ...!
> There is a product called Phyton 27 that appears to have some effect
> against Verticillium Wilt... You do not mention the symptoms, but if it
> turns out that verticillium is the culprit, you wont have to go unarmed
> into the conflict. Let me know if you suspect verticillium and I'll
> email you the relevant info. Until this stuff came out, my understanding
> is that there was absolutely nothing that worked against Verticillium.
> But it isn't cheap.
> Another product, called Clearys 3336, might have SOME effect, esp. if
> fusarium's the culprit.
> Another possibility is Phytophthora, for which 2 products exist:
> Alliette and Ridomyl
> There are other possibilities, but I'd need to know more.
> Good luck! I hope you can save the tree.
> Cheers,
> David Deutsch
> Gondwana Gardens
> http://www.gondwana.org
> [Our annual specimen-sized
> rare plant sale starts Sept.
> 20 --- check our website for
> details in the next few days]
> In article <37D9355F.1AB8 at inrete.it>,
>   Andrea Giordano <giordano at inrete.it> wrote:
> > Hi there to everyone.
> > I strongly suspect my beloved and beautiful magnolia (aged approximately
> > 70) seriously ill.
> > This request of help is addressed to the experts of the field, in order
> > to possibly obtain advice, state of the art information and ideas about
> > the situation, before (and hopefully during) practical steps to be taken
> > here.
> >
> > Thank you very much
> >
> > Andrea Giordano
> >
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