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PostPosted: Sun Jun 03, 2007 10:36 am 
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A week ago, my newly planted Burr Oak had good, young, perky leaves. Now, they are really droopy and have a grayish ash like substance on the underside of the leaf. Suggestions?

Thanks (again) in advance...


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any chance of you providing us with an image of them?

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It was planted back in February.

I'll try the water jug trick. With all the off and on rain, it was difficult to determine if it needed water or was receiving too much.

I scraped the soil back and it was relatively moist, but the leaves were still wilting...


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