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Thank you Simon very helpful, I can go back to my customer and look like i know what i'm doing thanks again.
brill thank you I will have a good read of the sites, thanks guys.
It could show that the tree is suffering too though. Check out http://apps.rhs.org.uk/advicesearch/profile.aspx?pid=411 You may need to get some more air circulation into the plant or feed it.
No it doesn't. It grows up to 6 inches long around here and indicates low pollution levels.
ok thanks so it doesn't affect the fruit?
Thanks Gary for the link I'll have a read and see how to tackle it, very grateful for your reply.
That's lichen : http://www.britishlichens.co.uk/whatarelichens.html
Quote often found on fruit trees and often indicates good air quality. Not sure you need to do anything ?
I would be gratteful for some advice on this fuit tree I think it's plum I was wondering how to treat it I know th picture isn't great but it's a type of blue/gray fungous I would be grateful on any tips to sort it out?
I know this is an old thread, but i like the red rovers, had one since 1985, & got another new one last october. The new one is a bit "flash" compared to the old boy, but is slightly larger at 21". Never had a missed beat from the old one, though it was only domestic use, but i did use it from last october to cut lawns commercialy. Just changed the oil & cleaned the plug today & it started up.
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