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Mango tree disease?

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6th May 2019 1:58pm
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Pauline Staff of Daley's Nursery says...
Hi Corinne, it's very difficult to tell from your photo but be sure to dispose of the prunings carefully as they may contain fungal spores or other pathogens that could cause problems for the next season's growth. Your local DPI might be able to help you with more information.
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