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Would love some thoughts about what is causing this tip die-back on my grafted "e;Galaxy"e; Jackfruit please..?
I am in a marginal southern climate - with a cold wet winter.....but it's worse this year than last - and the winter last year was a record breaker for cold and wet....
Is it fungal and can Jackfruit take a copper spray...?
It doesn't seem to like being sprayed with things I suspect...either the bore water - or the iron chelates - so far..?


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JohnMc1 says...
I think you've solved the issue yourself
"e;and the winter last year was a record breaker for cold and wet...."e;
Your plants will get back to normal when your weather warms up again.
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PouteriaLover says...
Thanks JohnMc - I wondering if I should use a preventative spray like Phosacid perhaps....might try that next winter :)
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JohnMc1 says...
Also foliar sprays of Seasol can help. Can take up to six weeks to be effective.
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