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Whats Wrong!!?!

kemmer

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
New Jersey
A customer called yesterday, asking if i could come by and look at some plants. The first one is ive, in inbetween the house and the driveway, no alot of room, it seems like its dying off

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John Gamba

LawnSite Fanatic
Location
ct
snowyleaflandscaping said:
A customer called yesterday, asking if i could come by and look at some plants. The first one is ive, in inbetween the house and the driveway, no alot of room, it seems like its dying off

Humidity?? if so, what fungus can that cause.

John
 
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kemmer

kemmer

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
New Jersey
k thanks for the fast response,

this pic is of there walnut trees, they are right on the street, there niegbors have them and there all dropping at the same time, she was worried becasuse they seem like there dropping more nuts sooner than they did last year, also, the town just installed new curbing on that side of the street.

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dvmcmrhp52

LawnSite Platinum Member
Location
Pa.
Those look to be horse chestnut trees, it is normal for them to lose their leaves a bit earlier than other trees, but again, the drought is effecting them as well.
 

karen1122

LawnSite Member
Location
Malvern, PA
On the ivy, is there a gutter directly above them? Saw the same thing happen from the overflow of a cloged gutter that was spilling on top of the plants.
 

SpudsM15

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Edison, NJ
I've seen a couple of my houses that pac are doign the same thing also....Those are houses with no water....
 
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