[Discuss] Resistance is fertile?

John Lawton chair at soscambridge.org.uk
Thu Apr 28 16:12:38 BST 2011


I tried to interest the Green Spaces department in clearing the dead 
leaves, but they don't have the resources.  :(

It seems that it would need to be a community effort to do this.

I'm told that anyway there is a mixture of opinion that clearing the 
dead leaves would be helpful, as moths fly in from other areas.



At 15:45 28/04/2011, you wrote:
>Chestnut Leaf-miner Moth only starts showing in next few months and 
>from mid July onwards major leaf-browning will happen.
>It will be interesting to see if the harsher than usual winter has 
>reduced this pest (overwintering in dead leaves under tree).
>On 28/04/2011 14:22, Joanna Gordon Clark wrote:
>>Just a note to say, see how good the chestnuts are on Victoria 
>>Avenue, not at present showing the signs of disease they had two 
>>years ago and last year.  also some sees I grew two years ago, 
>>chestnut, I mean, showed browning on the side ofthe leaf, app a 
>>viral thing, last year, but now look healthy, so far, and no 
>>browning.  Good stuff, eh?
>>       Joanna
>>From: John Lawton 
>><mailto:chair at soscambridge.org.uk><chair at soscambridge.org.uk>
>>To: <mailto:discuss at soscambridge.org.uk>discuss at soscambridge.org.uk
>>Sent: Thu, 28 April, 2011 10:21:58
>>Subject: [Discuss] Resistance is fertile?
>>Inspiring work by Guerilla Gardeners.
>>I'm sure there are areas in our city that need similar attention.
>>John Lawton
>>SOS Chair

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