New reply from onstry53245

<p>I'm sorry to hear that your laurel hedge is in trouble! Can you please give me some more information about the issue so that I can better assist you?</p>
<p>Some common problems with laurel hedges include:</p>
<p>Browning leaves: This can be caused by over or under watering, lack of nutrients, or disease.<br />Yellowing leaves: This can be a sign of nutrient deficiency, soil pH imbalance, or stress.<br />Wilting: This can be caused by underwatering, overwatering, or root rot.<br />Leaf spot or other fungal diseases: This can cause brown or black spots on the leaves and may require a fungicide treatment.<br />Pests: Laurel hedges can be prone to aphids, scales, mites, and other pests that can damage the leaves. <a href="">BenefitsCal</a><br />If you can provide me with more details about the symptoms and any other relevant information, I can offer more specific advice on how to help your laurel hedge recover.</p>

Original Post by ewelsh

Laurel hedge in trouble

<p>This laurel hedge is about 5 years old, within the last 3-4 weeks one side has serious issues. Massive leaf drop, yellowing leaves, some are completely brown.</p>
<p>I have put down a good fertiliser and watered it in. Any other suggestions or advice welcomed greatly.</p>
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