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Wisteria Problem

My wisteria plant is about a year old and does not seem to be growing, but the main problem is that the leaves have white spots on them.


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#1 Comment By Nikki On 08/22/2012 @ 8:06 am

If they are chalky, it could be the type of water your are using. It may be mineral deposits building up. Watering with a distilled water will stop this. If they are fuzzy, this is mealybug and this article will help you treat it: [1]

It might also be crown gall, which can stunt the growth of wisteria.


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