Answer: In many cases, these plants will grow fine in average soil, so you might want to consult with your county extension (349-1247) as to why they are looking so bad. You might take a sample and maybe some photos and see if they can diagnose the problem and suggest what to do next. They can also help you with some basic soil tests and interpreting the results in terms of what type of soil amendments and/or fertilizers you should use for the trees. I'm sorry about your trees.
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