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    • mysterymurdoch
    • By mysterymurdoch 16th Jun 17, 10:53 PM
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    Diseased looking shrub stinks of dog $%*!!!
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    • 16th Jun 17, 10:53 PM
    Diseased looking shrub stinks of dog $%*!!! 16th Jun 17 at 10:53 PM
    I'm going to be digging this out but in curious if anyone knows what's causing the smell!
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    • By Davesnave 16th Jun 17, 11:32 PM
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    • 16th Jun 17, 11:32 PM
    It's a very common smell around old viburnum tinus that's suffering attacks by viburnum beetle, which that one is.

    You'd be a little late to deal effectively with the little beggars this year, but digging it out will cramp their style.
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