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There is also another soil borne fungi Phytophera which infects the roots of conifers but this is generally a disease of poorly drained soil.
It is difficult to pinpoint exactly what the cause can be and even though your two newly replanted trees are looking healthy the problem could still be Boot Lace Fungi.------If I cut down a leylandii hedge, can I plant a beech and/or holly hedge in its place, or will the soil be too poor?
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What I would do is to incorporate plenty of well rotted manure which will improve the texture of the soil and also add nutrients.If it's green and needs watering, Bill can tell you about it.He has been answering BBC Radio Lancashire listeners' queries for over thirty years, which means he's been there nearly as long as the transmitter! After training at the under the then Ministry of Agriculture, Bill spent over twenty years at the Department of Biological and Environmental Services at Lancaster University.I am afraid Sarah that applying weedkiller or other substances to the base of your Leylandiis is not worthwhile and can cause you substantial problems.The trees will become unstable, cause dead needles to be scattered all over your garden and you would be far better employing a Tree Surgeon to cut the trees down to base level and remove the trunks and debris.