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fruitless mulberry tree
|Posted by yvonne trevino , Jun 06,2005,04:48||Forum|
I live in the high desert, in Victorville CA, where the dirt is more sand and clay the good dirt where I live. I planted a fruitless mulberry tree and I need to know what I need to do so that it does not burn from the leaves so soon. I must be doing something wrong. It does have full sun and I water it every other day. It is skinny and tall with just a few leave but some of them are already turning brown. Is that normal? Thank you in advice for your help.
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