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Cherry Tree Help!

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jb440 starts with ...
Hi All,

I'm new to fruit trees, and am having an issue with one of my cherry trees (black tartarian).

As you can see, it's not doing so well. I've tried spray with sulfur/pyrethins and another with copper. My thinking was mold & japanese beetle (saw one on the tree).

Any advice / suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks!
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y3yrr says...
It appears to be a fugal spot problem . The recommended spray for cherry trees is either Bordeaux or lime sulphur applied during dormancy .
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