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Old 09-12-2012, 09:14 AM
sxrmike420 sxrmike420 is offline
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Weeping Cherry Tree having issues

I have a weeping cherry tree in my yard that has about a 6 inch diameter trunk. I just bought my house as a foreclosure earlier this year and the tree bloomed really pretty in the spring but now the tree is looking very bare underneath and unhealthy. I also noticed the trunk has some large sore spots, but I am not sure if that is normal or not. In the summer the leaves started getting preforated and I was told theat was from Japanese Beetles so I sprayed the tree with Sevin. I am not sure if the tree is going dormant early due to the drought and crazy hot weather we had this summer. Can someone please take a look at these pics and tell me what is going on? I would really appreciate any help i can get.

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