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Q.Why Are Year Old Gazinias Suddenly Dying?

Zone Menifee, CA | 03misty03 added on July 16, 2020 | Answered

These gazinias have thrived in this location for about four years. Suddenly, one began to dry up and die. I inspected it for insects since the plants around it seem to be fine. I didn’t find any. Now, as you can see in the pictures, the gazinia next to it is beginning to do the same. Is this possibly an underground insect or a fungus that I can’t see? Thank you for your help. I don’t want to loose all of the plants.

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Answered on July 17, 2020

These are very drought tolerant, and susceptible to root rots. A fungicide and less water may be in order.

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