Hi, I set out three dogwoods early spring and they did great throughout the summer, even during the hottest part of July with 95 to 100 degree temps. Now that the weather is starting to get more seasonable one of the tree's look sick like its got the blight Now I babied these tree's all summer and spring since I set them out and for Good reason, I tried this last year and all three died on me not once but twice so after explaining to the nursery where I bought them what happened they told me what I did wrong last year and what to do different this year which up to now has worked. Last year I pretty much burned them up right from the start putting Miracle gro potting soil in the ground mixed into fresh soil with the new tree roots plus adding 10.10.10 which I might add was not my idea to start with but uhh women think they know this stuff and no use arguing with um So this year, the tree's went into the same holes from last year and put the same soil that was already in the ground back around the roots and the only fertilizer that was added was Miracle Gro all purpose plant food mixed with water and pored at the base of the tree once a month (This was done after tree's were in the ground a month). Plus, about a month after we set them out I noticed the Japanese beetles eating on them so we put Bayer Advanced 12 month tree and shrub protection on them which stopped that. Here's a few pic's as I know you guys will need to determine what it is. Any help appreciated, is it blight, is it something else, if it is blight will the tree survive and come back out next spring or will it die?