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I treat my Mango for Anthracnose but I still get the undersides of leaves looking like the photo
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Lorraine
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15th May 2019 11:14am
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Brendan says...
What spray are you using? Have you used this from Yates?
https://www.yates.com.au/archives/2012/august/product-of-the-month-yates-liquid-copper-fungicide/
Try adding a small amount of Spreadmax,
https://www.bunnings.com.au/searles-200ml-herbicide-additive-spredmax_p3022352
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18th May 2019 10:02am
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Ibis says...
I use Copper spray when not in flower and Mancozeb when flowering, mostly lately have only been using Mancozeb plus.
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Brendan says...
What you are doing is spot on. Are you using the Wetting Agent? That could be the problem. I know it's hard, but try to spray both sides of the leaves.
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