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Marjorie from Summit, Nj writes,
03/24/2015:

Does Termidor kill young rhododendrons near house?

Using a direct injection unit, Termidor SC was injected at the perimeter of the base of the brick exterior of a new kitchen addition on 11/5/2014 using the trench/soil injection method. Three young rhododendrons were planted about 2 feet away from the house. They did not survive the winter. Could the Termidor be responsible for killing these perennials?

Answer:

It is highly unlikely the Termidor killed the rhododendrons. Now, if they were young, the injection or disruption of the soil may have caused distress on the plant. 

Answer last updated on: 03/24/2015

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