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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by Airborne Toxic, Jun 1, 2011.
kinda what i thought it was, still ugly though
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I can't figure anything else that it could be. I was careful spraying the turf area 4 weeks ago and this happened over two days last week.
Any suggestions? What do I tell the client? Full service account.
Before anyone says anything, I went around and around with the computer to flip it over and got no cooperation, I guess par for the course today!
hard to look at, hold on i am gonna stand on my head.................
yup, did not help ahhaha
i have seen some curling on a few white pines, nothing else though. not sure what it is of yet. no spruce of any kind showing any damage at all.
i checked after reading so many posts about it here.
I have the same thing on Norway Spruces. Not sure what to do now.
contacting dupont and awaiting a call from a rep soon
here you go buddy
The damage on the turf looks old?
Good luck all of you. I would be all over a claim against dupont
I would have left the bottom of the pics out...classic how not to plant a tree.
Unless Dupont is going to bend over backwards for no reason, they will deny this claim based on this pic alone. The majority of the roots are right under the mulch and NOT in the ground...is imprellis labeled for spraying mulch and root balls? I would have a hard time believing that you did not spray the root ball.
I would like to see pics of Imprellis sprayed properly..as in not under or near the dripline (like common sense has ALWAYS dictated)...and then see if there was damage...lol
Our Norway look the same and No the root ball was not sprayed. It is taken up by the drip line.