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- Sudden, inconsistent wilting on stems, branches, or over the whole plant. Plants are particularly prone in hot weater. Look for green or olive-brown spots or blotches under the bark, in the stem around the annual rings of the plant. These may appear as streaks in the wood if the bark is stripped away.

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Verticillium wilt? on Cotinus (Smoke Bush)

Photo from Louise

Could someone let me know if this is verticillium wilt showing in the stems of this smoke bush? The leaf symptoms look right, but I'm not sure when looking at the stems?

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  • Posted: Wed. 25th October 2017 18:45

Acer palmetum

Question from Ruth Korotzer

We have dying limbs and branches that must be removed. If we don't take the whole tree down, do we risk contaminating other plants/trees in that area?

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  • Posted: Sat. 2nd January 2016 21:41

Judas tree

Question from Tracy Granger

It does not look well.
Fading yellowish leaves.
I have taken it out of direct sun.

What to do?
Any particular feed?

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  • Posted: Sat. 17th July 2010 15:07
  • Last reply: Thu. 7th July 2011 06:55