Fountain Cherry - Knowledgebase Question

Grove City, Oh
Question by butchselvage
June 30, 2010
Tree in the ground approx. 12 years. This summer limbs, from the tips, leaves are turning brown.


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Answer from NGA
June 30, 2010

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Cherry trees are subject to a disease called brown rot. A general purpose fungicide can protect the unaffected leaves and branches, or you can simply prune off the damaged tips to stop the spread. Your tree will develop healthy new leaves and stems once you've pruned away the damage. Good luck with your tree.

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