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European fan health question


Joe1

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Hello all,  I was wondering if you have any suggestions on what steps to take for my middle fan palm, the main trunk, had some damage from the extreme heat last summer,  the 2 beside it seem to be doing great,  but not noticing any new fronds from the main trunk. Any info would be great.  Thanks

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Pull on the fronds/spears see if they pull out.   If they do or not, I would apply copper fungicide, its looking kind of crispy in there.  Aside from that,  make sure it gets enough water and all you can do is wait.

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As above from @Chester B,and your comment "extreme heat last summer" should have manifest itself much sooner than now, or did it? How was your winter? There likely more than one factor affecting the palms current condition.

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Thanks so much for the help.  We had a few freezing days, but not much,  the leaves were a little burnt after July.   I'll definitely try the fungicide. Are there any brands that seem to work better?  Thanks

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17 minutes ago, Joe1 said:

Thanks so much for the help.  We had a few freezing days, but not much,  the leaves were a little burnt after July.   I'll definitely try the fungicide. Are there any brands that seem to work better?  Thanks

Not really, any copper based fungicide will work.

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