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|Posted by martin lopez , Apr 18,2005,16:01||Forum|
I have a globe willow about 5 years old. It seems like it is
drying up. It has leaves on the outer ends of the branches, but
it doesn't have very many leaves in the middle. You can see
through it. Some of the branches have dried up and I find small
dry twigs on the ground. The leaves on part of the tree are
yellow. Is there any cure for this ailment?
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