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What is wrong with this tree

Posted by miketropic 6B - 7 KY (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 17, 14 at 16:09

I only had 4 or 5 trees when I got this property so I wanted to them all. I went out today and found the leaves on one of them looking like the pic. Almost the whole tree is like this. What caused it and will it kill it? I don't even know what kind of tree it is but I don't want to have to cut it down. Thanks


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RE: What is wrong with this tree

why dont you start with IDing the tree ...

and then find out what virus hits that tree

and then research from there ...

i had something similar on hack trees... very ornamental ... i wouldnt waste money on it ...

frankly.. it makes a plain old green tree.. variegated.. and that is a plus in my world.. lol

ken


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RE: What is wrong with this tree

I think it is a hackberry and its very very large..im a nut for variegation so I like it I just wondered what it was that caused it


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RE: What is wrong with this tree

Looks like Hackberry island chlorosis virus

Here is a link that might be useful: Hackberry island chlorosis virus


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