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Tree loss leaves and foams

Posted by clord99999 Texas (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 19, 14 at 22:53

I noticed one of the trees we have start to loss its leaves already. A day later there was spots where white foam was seeping out. Then I started to investigate and the bark is cracked on one branch, and there are fractures. It has foamed in two other areas and all the leaves are now gone.

I think it might be slime flux, but I have no idea. Can someone tell me what it might be? If the tree is salvageable?


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RE: Tree loss leaves and foams

The branch that looks the worst


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What kind of tree?

Can you post pics of the leaves that are falling?


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With just the bark to go by, it looks like a Chinaberry. If so, no great loss. Highly invasive weed tree...


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second pic.. not a good pruning cut ... large stub left .. what happened to that large part cut off ..

i am thinking storm damage ??? ... lightening????

lets see a pic of the whole

ken


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Here is the whole tee. I am not sure what kind it is, we bought the house less then a year ago. The owner before the last planted a lot of trees. Had in-laws gardener come out and clean up all the trees, so the stub was probably from him trimming it.

This post was edited by clord99999 on Sun, Jul 20, 14 at 17:47


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and one of the last leaves.


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I would say that tree is a gonner


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