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 Post subject: Burnt Kwanza tree ????
PostPosted: Thu Jul 08, 2004 10:02 am 
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I have a Kwanza Cherry tree 4 years in my yard it has a 4.5 trunk has been doing fine for the past 4 years.
I have not looked at the tree for 5 days but normal looking at all my trees is every 2 days.
My problem is withen the 5 days my Kwanza went from normal to leaves that look burnt they are all dry and look like they are going to fall off, the bark is fine green under skin. wel sprinkle and flood water, we fertlize with tree formula (liquid), pleanty of sun, we live in Idaho Boise area winter 30 degee days and 25 degree nights, summer 102 degee in August but a 85 to 90 average.
Please help with what you think or know the problem is.
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RAWELCH


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Hi Rawelch,
I can't quite tell from your description, but take a look at this site to see if you can id the problem. Do look into 'fire blight' as well. Click on the left for 'Shade Trees'.

http://www.agnr.umd.edu/users/hgic/diagn/

Good luck,
Newt

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