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Discussion in 'Homeowner Helper Forum' started by Bryan Moreno, Nov 29, 2018.

  1. Bryan Moreno

    Bryan Moreno New Member

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    I need help in determining that this tree can be saved. The brown was new growth a few months ago. This is the same tree. KQmlKiqKS2+CXbJ7Tay39w.jpg WrQb6Vo%SdCLrlVESxh+fQ.jpg
     
  2. thook

    thook ArboristSite Operative

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    can you get a nice close up picture of the base/roots?
    look for any signs of mold or fungus or decay in the bark at and near the root system
    has there been any poisonous substances used in close proximity of the tree?

    i don't know a whole of specific details about plant/tree care, but i know some general stuff from having worked at a greenhouse for a little while. plus, i have a good friend who's a botanist.... two, actually....and could quickly enough get info to you. likely you could find info needed on the web, though

    anyway, looks like plenty of it is still vital. just need to know more details before i can offer any troubleshooting, any tree is worth saving if possible in my book
     

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