Peter – my sand cherry appears to have contracted honey fungus or Armillaria. What’s the best way to treat this and can I get something at Hewitts?

Sadly there is no treatment for honey fungus…removal of the plant and roots is suggested since it will spread.  HERE A LINK to more about honey fungus.  There is anecdotal evidence that introducing mycorrhizae  fungi may also have some benefit.  That is available at Hewitt’s in the form of Bio-tone plant food.  There’s no guarantee that it will cure the sand cherry but might be worth a try.

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