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Emerald Green Arborvitae, Starting 'Browish,' ... what need to do?

Emerald Green Arborvitae, Starting 'Browish,' ... what need to do?

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Old 06-26-10, 10:09 AM
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Emerald Green Arborvitae, Starting 'Browish,' ... what need to do?

Hi:
There are about ten to a dozen Emerald Green Arborvitaes, all are about 5 - 6 feets in height, along the fence, that we, the family planted two years ago by having purchased from local big-box store.

Two of them already died due to unusual and heavy snow-storm we experienced past winter. Now, I noticed two of them also starting 'browish' in color which is supposed to be 'Emerald Green.'

Having seen a change of color, 'browish,' I'm afraid two Arborvitaes also getting 'dying,' although I've been keeping to water every day along with a good-fertilizer around Arbortitaes past week in my utmost effort to save them.

My question is;
How to save those two Emerald Green Arborvitaes, ... as seeing them going to wither at the end of summer?

Any help into this would be GREATELY appreciated.

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Old 07-17-10, 07:34 PM
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did you ever get a reply? I have same problem with new trees.
 
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Old 07-18-10, 05:05 AM
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Originally Posted by rsreballosa View Post
did you ever get a reply? I have same problem with new trees.
Well, ... I didn't get one. but I went Lowe's and found some form of remedy to this, called 'Disease Control'/Bayer Advanced priced around $20. So far, it seems working on this problem.

According Lowe's sales associated working 'Garden Center,' this is only one to help this form of problem. It's 'tree disease' seeing 'browish color.'

For this, I use it once a week by using Sprayer, also priced around $20.

In my experiece working on Garden, flower, tree and shrubs need a lot of attention that keeps me quite busy this summer although I love 'green and lively color' around fence and yards with a lot of flowers. Then, after all I enjoy it!
 
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Old 07-18-10, 06:00 AM
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We noticed ours turning brown because of white moths that lay eggs and turn it brown. We were told to use a spray called Seven and it worked for us.
 
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