Answer: Unfortunately based on your description I am unable to diagnose the problem with your juniper long distance. (We are not able to accept photos through this service.) It might be a pest or disease problem, it might be related to planting technique, it might be transportation damage, it might be accidental herbicide damage or a watering system malfunction, and so on. For this reason I would strongly suggest you work with your retailer to determine what is happening to it. (This is especially important if a warranty is involved.) Your local county extension might also be able to help you with a specific diagnosis. If it is something that would require a chemical control they will have the most up to date information on what to use and how/when best to apply it. I am sorry you are having trouble with your shrub.
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