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How to get rid of anthracnose in the soil?
I have a few Magnolia trees that have been diagnosed with anthracnose. I understand that anthracnose lives in the soil and can be transported by fallen leaves, seeds and branches. I clean up all fallen items daily. I have treated the trees. Do I treat the soil too? if so, what should I use to treat the soil and how often and when should I begin treatment. It currently late summer/fall in Texas. One tree was in bad shape before it was diagnosed but it appears to be coming back. The 3 other magnolias all in the same place had signs of anthracnose. Thank you for your guidance.
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