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The enemies of cedar hedges: phomomis




Like all plants, cedar hedges can get sick. Phomomsis is one such disease that appears during the frost and rainy season.


You may also notice small invisible spiders that love to lodge in the cedar hedge when it is sick. In principle, it must be treated so that the situation does not worsen.


For all these reasons, you must closely monitor and maintain your hedge. This disease can also infect neighboring plants.


You may notice that the branches are turning yellow, but this is not really a cause for concern as it is a very common occurrence. You can prune them or simply cut them back and wait for new growth.






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