Originally Posted by michiman
Thank you for your response, I have a beautiful 11' to 12' dogwood that has branches that are drooping beyond belief...
I'm glad you mentioned this about drooping branches because I also have a large vibernum that has had terrible drooping all year and it never has done that before (we've had proper rain). The arborist did note the Imprelis related damage looking at the leaves, but I didn't think to tell him that it never drooped like it is. It's been a pain trying to mow around it and yet I still hadn't put two and two together because I've been so focused on looking at leaves for signs of damage. Yet another possible thing to watch for when looking for Imprelis related damages.