Re: fruitless mulberry tree

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Posted by Newt on August 28, 2003 at 00:19:13:

In Reply to: fruitless mulberry tree posted by Ruth Y. Phillips on August 27, 2003 at 10:28:47:

: I posted a message about ten days ago or may two weeks and did not receive an answer, but the message is no longer on the board. My tree is losing a lot of leaves.It started in June, but has gotten worse, they get blackor brown spots, then turn yellow and then fall off. I feel it is not dying because surely it would just lose all it's leaves. If anyone knows what remedy I should take besides raking leaves, please reply. Thank you Ruth

Hi Ruth,
Apparently the forum was hit by that virus and lost many of the posts.

Trees often die slowly, so it would be difficult to say if it's dying. I would think it would have to be sick for a long time to die. Take a look at this site to see if you can diagnose it.

http://www.agnr.umd.edu/users/hgic/diagn/

If that doesn't help, try your local extension agency.

http://ceinfo.unh.edu/state_sites.html

For environmentally friendly products try these.

http://ceinfo.unh.edu/state_sites.html
http://www.extremelygreen.com/index.cfm

Good luck,
Newt

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