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  • Answered by
    Nikki on
    March 24, 2011
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    The sunlight is the only thing that will encourage more yellow in a healthy way. It has to do with how much energy the plant can produce from the sun.

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    Heather on
    July 14, 2011
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    It sounds like it has a fungus. Treat the plant with a fungicide and that should improve it.

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    roseman on
    July 30, 2011
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    For the roses and the others I would recommend spraying them with an insecticide immediately to help with gaining control. Then give all of them some Bayer Tree & Shrub Systemic Granular Insecticide with additives. The two together should get you into the control category.

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    AnnsGreeneHaus on
    July 30, 2013
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    Euonymus can lose a few leaves without hurting the plant. If it's just a few leaves, I wouldn't be too concerned. Just as we lose a few hairs at times, plants lose leaves. However if it continues or gets worse, that might be a sign of several things. One problem could be powdery mildew, this can be controlled by using neem oil.

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    theficuswrangler on
    May 17, 2014
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    You can send us a photo through this site: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ask-a-question/

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  • Answered by
    jamesedwards99 on
    July 27, 2015
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    no think its scale but what ever it is the big ones that appear black with little hairs are sucking the sap outta the leaves any help please?

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    jamesedwards99 on
    July 25, 2015
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    they are catapillers

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  • Answered by
    Downtoearthdigs on
    August 20, 2015
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    It is definitely one of the variegated forms, and though I cannot be 100% positive, I believe it is the Emerald Gaiety Euonymus.

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