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 Anyone had a blight on their fruit tree s etc this year, half of our apple tree appears to have died off..?

Answer I saw a lot of Chestnuts with Bleeding Canker when I was in Suffolk, but Apples seem fine here in bonny Scotland. My only problem was birds that nipped the flowers off one of the trees. It could be... Read More »
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