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Garden Pests and Diseases: ailing boxwood ...yellowing and stunted leaves

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Pocatello, ID

July 11, 2012
12:05 PM

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I have quite a few boxwood in my yard. One is showing signs of stress. Its yellowing and the leaves seem stunted. At first I thought it was winter damage - or bronzing. But it didn't improve with the arrival of summer. I have fed it, two different times, with no noticeable improvement. And now I see another one beginning to show the same signs. Worried it may be a blight or canker of some sort. Do I need to give up on it and go ahead and dig it as not to infect the others?

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