Last year I did an inspection on an open grown veteran crack willow which had
areas of fairly dramatic bark death along the upper surfaces of most of its
limbs near the trunk. There were no obvious signs of disease that could
Then the owners said that they had stripped off the heavy ivy growth that was
up the trunk and into the crown, the previous year.
The only explanation I could come up with for the bark death, given its
position, was sun scorch following the ivy removal.
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