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Posted by: barbara haywood (IP Logged)
Date: August 21, 2007 22:24

I have an old mulberry tree which has fruited well for the last 7 years (since we moved here)THIS YEAR THERE WERE A FEW BERRIES WHICH HAVE NOW DROPPED OFF AND THE LEAVES ARE BROWNING AND CURLED THERE IS ALOT OF LITCHEN ON THE BRANCHES LOCATED IN NORTH DEVON can anybody help

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|  mulberry tree barbara haywood 21/08/2007 22:24
||  Re: mulberry tree Newt 04/11/2007 20:03

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