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Old 07-13-2010, 11:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Attached are 3 photos: whole tree view, healthy leaves, sick leaves. The healthy leaves are the new growth towards the end of a branch, the sick leaves are old growth more towards the main trunk. I don't know why the sick leaves have brown spots and pale green to yellow coloration. Thanks for any info.
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Default Re: What's wrong with my fruitless mulberry tree?

I have noticed when replanting mulberries that they can have very huge and long surface roots. I wonder if the concrete of your adjacent driveway is a factor in this?
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