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'Growing Success Winter Tree Wash'

Thompson and Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 14th June 2013

…use on fruit trees. You could try insecticides containing thiacloprid (Bayer Provado Ultimate Bug Killer) or acetamiprid (Scotts Bug Clear Ultra) - these active ingredients are normally written on the label. This winter, use an oil winter wash such as Growing Success Winter Tree Wash to remove…

Cherry Aphids | Pests & Diseases

…such as Bayer Provado Ultimate Bug Killer Ready to Use to reduce the population. Then in winter use an oil winter wash such as Growing Success Winter Tree Wash to remove overwintering eggs. This winter treatment is likely to be most effective at reducing the problem but you will need to be vigilant…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 3rd May 2013

trees. These are contact pesticides so will need regular application to be effective. You can also try and reduce the amount of over-wintering eggs by using a winter tree wash such as Growing Success Winter Tree Wash - these are available at all good garden centres and are applied during the tree's

What to do in the garden in October

…trunks of apple trees to trap winter moth females whose caterpillars shred spring flowers. * • Remove the netting from fruit cages to allow birds to catch and eat any pests that are lurking there. * • Apply a winter wash to the trunks and branches of fruit trees to kill off overwintering…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 2nd May 2014

…pyrethrum such as Westland Plant Rescue Fruit & Vegetable Bug Killer. You can also tackle the overwintering eggs by applying a winter tree wash on a dry day in winter - they're available in all good garden centres. This dual approach should help to bring the problem back under control. I hope this…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 18th February 2011

…Thank you. Answer: Hi Anna. There is always an element of risk involved when moving trees, but the younger they are, then the greater the chances of successful re-establishment. It is best to move deciduous trees and shrubs while they are dormant from November to February so you will need to get on…

Thompson & Morgan | Facebook Question and Answer Session 4th May 2012

…"bleeding heart" every year and this year it's growing out of control.... can I prune my bleeding heart?? It's taking over my garden.... Answer: It's sounds as though you are having fantastic success with your Dicentra (bleeding heart) - more success than I had on my light, sandy soil. Dicentra is…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 20th April 2012

…will have success soon. Name: Kaz Prescott Question: Will "saponaria ocymoides" grow along my small crumbling wall outside? I need something to cover the wall as it's a mess... does this stay green in winter? When is best time to plant this? Answer: Hi Kaz. Saponaria is ideal for growing in rock…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 27th January 2012

…answered. Click here to view details of our previous Q&A sessions. Name: Darran Bird Question: Can sue please advise me on my wisteria, I have a tree formed 10 year old specimen in a huge 3ft pot, last year it didn't flower, I'm worried it won't this year either - any advise much appreciated. It…

How to Stop Blight

…on the compost heap. These tubers may grow the following year to produce infected shoots. Fresh fungal spores of blight are then released on the wind to infect new crops. Spores may also be washed into the ground by heavy rainfall to infect tubers growing there. Top tips for tomato and potato blight…