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Mango plants

I have two young mango plants suffering for three years from anthroanose disease. I have used neem oil,daconil,fungicide 3 in one
Fungicide,insecticide, miticide nothing seems to be helping what else can i do? Its a julie and east indian mango.I live in central florida.

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#1 Comment By drtreelove On 06/12/2018 @ 11:09 pm

Focus on soil and water management. Trees with nutritional deficiencies and water deficit or excess will be more vulnerable to pest and disease issues.
The best is a soil test and prescription mineral and biological amendments. But a general purpose, natural/organic, slow release fertilizer is next best.
If you use 70% Neem Oil (clarified hydrophobic extract of neem oil), its a fungicide, miticide and insect pest repellent. But a one time application will not be effective for more than two weeks or so. You need to repeat the application every two weeks during the growing season.

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