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UPDATE - Foliage Damage

 
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oh yeah, not only did my apple tree die, i also tried to plant some cilantro and i can't seem to keep that shit alive for ANYTHING.

oregano, thyme, etc. do great. cilantro...dead from suspected radiation fallout.

so don't eat mexican food right now. cilantro is apparently the first to go.

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Jay, do you rake and throw out your leaves or mulch them back into the soil?
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mulch them back
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Good 'cause rake-tards are irritating...it's natural fertilizer that the trees need...
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Jay, do you rake and throw out your leaves or mulch them back into the soil?
 Quoting: BRIEF


mulch them back
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can you go eat one of the leaves and report back?
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Jay, do you rake and throw out your leaves or mulch them back into the soil?
 Quoting: BRIEF


mulch them back
 Quoting: ~Jay~


Good 'cause rake-tards are irritating...it's natural fertilizer that the trees need...
 Quoting: BRIEF


amen brother on that
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Jay, do you rake and throw out your leaves or mulch them back into the soil?
 Quoting: BRIEF


mulch them back
 Quoting: ~Jay~


can you go eat one of the leaves and report back?
 Quoting: 1-2-Follow


GTFO outta my thread u dumb ass
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Damages from cell-phone towers increase by rain.


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05/16/2012 02:08 PM
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if they have genetically modified mosquitoes what else have they modified?
some bugs are good...
if you kill off those bugs...
here in Florida? I hardly see BEES I have not seen a bumble bee in a very very very long time..

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05/16/2012 02:09 PM
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Your watermelon plants need a drink.

One of the fruit trees have leaf curl.Spray in the autumn when they have no leaves.
The others I don't know.

In Tasmania our trees have been dying for a few years now. Nobody knows why. They are calling it die back. The trees dying are huge hundred year old trees that don't seem to have anything wrong with them. The gums get a red ooze coming out of them that looks like blood then the leaves drop off. The tree is dead long before it looks dead.
I don't know. But scarey.

hf
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Your watermelon plants need a drink.

One of the fruit trees have leaf curl.Spray in the autumn when they have no leaves.
The others I don't know.

In Tasmania our trees have been dying for a few years now. Nobody knows why. They are calling it die back. The trees dying are huge hundred year old trees that don't seem to have anything wrong with them. The gums get a red ooze coming out of them that looks like blood then the leaves drop off. The tree is dead long before it looks dead.
I don't know. But scarey.

hf
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i water them ever morning around 5am if it hasn't rained.
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05/16/2012 02:11 PM
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Jay, do you rake and throw out your leaves or mulch them back into the soil?
 Quoting: BRIEF


mulch them back
 Quoting: ~Jay~


Good 'cause rake-tards are irritating...it's natural fertilizer that the trees need...
 Quoting: BRIEF


Omg. Raketards.

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05/16/2012 02:11 PM
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Sorry OP, I don't see anything here that I haven't seen every year for 45 years now in the normal course of plant life.
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well i've never seen this damage in my 30 years.

i've even talked with folks in my area who are in there 60's and this is not something they have seen before.
 Quoting: ~Jay~


YES! Colorado here, the trees look exactly, exactly like your example. Last week green leaves fell as if were autumn. Bare sections with retarded growth that has been blighted, just like you illustrate.

I am not a "one cause for everything" kind of human, that just isn't rational. So I observe a lot watching developments that may or may not be related.
It's important to notice things like, have herbicides and/or Roundup been applied in the area (reformulated killer chemical 5 years ago using the same guidelines from 15 years ago). You can tell if the grass is relatively dandelion/weed free with that unnatural lush perfection.

I suspect like Roundup-ready alfalfa, the kind we now buy for lawns kills/blights everything but the grass.

Trees began shedding leaves (high up) 1 week after property mgmt. sprayed Roundup + Herbicides.
Although they sprayed 10 ft from my place, flowers on my porch began to deform (arrest and deform/smear flower color some on back of flower that should have been on the front).
They would bloom small and twisted and then die small.

Today's Roundup keeps working 8 months or longer (I know this much to date) after application. Thing is, R also kills the ability of flowers to grow normally to a standing blossom (which might be smaller, malformed, last 1/4 of normal) or you might get just greenery, blighted stems, or no blossoming at all.

Suspecting flower GROWERS are unwise to this and using this what I think to be deadly formula of Roundup and other Monsanto poisons.
Bought peonies and for the first time ever seeing this, saw the blossoms that did open have deformed discolored petals within, some blossomed short of fullness and dropped their petals.

Because this stuff is so commonly used (including roundup/monsanto granules) perhaps that is what is happening in your area, OP.

By the way, I was feeding the birds and stopped immediately, since I don't want to see them landing in the yard and getting poisoned here where I live.
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05/16/2012 02:13 PM
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That one looks like a fig tree.....Too much water and too little sun...the USDA did change the planting zones this year for the first time ive ever seen. Im thinking this has something to do with all the crazy weather and plant posts. Everything here is on steroids..the poison ivy is already higher than it was all of last year. [link to www.washingtonpost.com] [link to planthardiness.ars.usda.gov]
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05/16/2012 02:13 PM
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Eucalyptus trees are dying all over Australia. To save them, we might have to learn to play with fire

PICTURE an Australian landscape and the scene you conjure up will almost certainly be one graced by gum trees. Eucalyptus has colonised just about every corner of the country, from the forests that fringe the sandy beaches of Australia’s southern shores, to the baking heat of the outback.

Which makes it all the more alarming that across the country, swathes of gum trees are dying without obvious cause. In forests from Western Australia to the island state of Tasmania, trees that should be living for more than 400 years are mysteriously dying before reaching their 100th birthday.

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05/16/2012 02:13 PM
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Every year our two pear trees have an abundance of pears growing. This year they are all black and shriveled looking. I don't see any bugs on the tree, I'm thinking some kind of infection.
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05/16/2012 02:14 PM
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lol i guess you want us to say its because of fukushima
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Jay, do you rake and throw out your leaves or mulch them back into the soil?
 Quoting: BRIEF


mulch them back
 Quoting: ~Jay~


Good 'cause rake-tards are irritating...it's natural fertilizer that the trees need...
 Quoting: BRIEF


Omg. Raketards.

chuckle
 Quoting: SeriousNews


Yeah, ya know those idiots that waste all day Saturday scratching around their yard with a rake and then bag the leaves up like they are candy wrappers and soda cans all over their lawn...fuck'n rake-tards...
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this damage is widespread all over my area.
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I'm in New Jersey. My two large, once full and lovely, River Birch trees showed signs of "damage" before leaves appeared. Hundreds of branches were falling. We had a very mild winter, NO snow and hardly any freezing temps.

I usually stop watering shrubs, trees, and the lawn in November. After that, cold/freezing weather comes, along with the snow. This year it didn't happen. Once I saw the falling branches in early March, I started watering, and the trees have recovered the best they could, but they're practically bare inside.

Also, because there was no cold weather, the weeds in my once beautiful lawn continued to grow through the winter months. Never ever did I see my lawn like that. I've gone through about four large bottles of Weed B Gone so far. The lawn is looking much better now.

I have a feeling I will have a huge water bill this coming summer.
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i forgot to add this one

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Every year our two pear trees have an abundance of pears growing. This year they are all black and shriveled looking. I don't see any bugs on the tree, I'm thinking some kind of infection.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12115729


Every year my peach trees grow such big peaches that they will break the branches if I don't tie them up and support them...how did peach trees ever survive without man's intervention?
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i forgot to add this one

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 Quoting: ~Jay~

wow what the fuck is that!
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lol i guess you want us to say its because of fukushima
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No, get your head outta of the sand.
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05/16/2012 02:17 PM
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Three years ago we had a tomato blight virus that effected lots of plants. It happened because it rained too much in June and July, things never dried off enough for the plants to fight the virus. Next year there was less, but some, and last year there was none.
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Jay, do you rake and throw out your leaves or mulch them back into the soil?
 Quoting: BRIEF


mulch them back
 Quoting: ~Jay~


Good 'cause rake-tards are irritating...it's natural fertilizer that the trees need...
 Quoting: BRIEF


True, wish more people realized that.
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05/16/2012 02:18 PM
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05/16/2012 02:23 PM
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i forgot to add this one

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OMFG!OMFG-OMFG-OMFG-OMFG!

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05/16/2012 02:25 PM
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Acid rain.
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Yeah, they're called bugs.
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there is no possible way a bug could damage a leaf, retard.
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ye really made me laugh there... no way a bug could damage a leaf... lol... take up gardening. ye'll learn better.
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Yeah, they're called bugs.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16155112


That reminds me. I was buying a lawn product at Lowes or Home Depot last month when I mentioned that my lawn was full of weeds...never had that problem before. I said that it must have been our warm weather.

The clerk said that they got word that, because of the warm weather, bugs will be really bad now. They never died because of the mild winter.

I also read that many squirrels in the northern states usually die during the winter, but this year they didn't. They survived the winter, but will have a difficult time competing for food now.
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i forgot to add this one

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 Quoting: ~Jay~


Now that one is I believe I seen before and is some kind of Aphid. Break open the green stems and I believe if you look close you will find eggs.
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i forgot to add this one

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 Quoting: ~Jay~


Now that one is I believe I seen before and is some kind of Aphid. Break open the green stems and I believe if you look close you will find eggs.
 Quoting: Joker


lol im not touching it
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