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Sick Kilmarnock Willow

Posted by Catherine McMillan , Jun 20,2005,16:38       Forum

The leaves on the branches ofmy Kilmarnock Willow have started to curl up they are dry and falling off - I have given it a lot of water and checked for spider mites, caterpillars etc., of which there are non. I have already replaced a previous tree about two years ago as next doors cat scratched the bark so much that we think that he damaged the centre of the trunk. The tree looked much the same as it does now with respect to symptoms - any advice?

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