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curled white mulberry leaves

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Marc Innes-Brown starts with ...
A year ago I planted a white mulberry tree in Canberra and at that time the leaves were normal. When the new season leaves grew this past spring, all the leaves are heavily curled inwards, and the overall growth of the plant has been limited. The leaves also have brown spots. I would be grateful for advice on how to address the problem.
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Marc Innes-Brown
Narrabundah
22nd March 2016 9:00pm
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Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery says...
Hi Marc, it looks like it could be damage from mites. Your tree should be preparing to drop its leaves now so keep an eye on it in the spring when it reshoots and treat if required.
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Gary T says...
Hi Marc, I have the exact same problem with a new Mulberry tree recently planted and your picture was the most similar in how the leaves appear. I would be very grateful to know if you found a cure. All I have been able to find is to treat with a fungicide - 1 Litre water, 1 Litre skim milk, teaspoon of bi-carb of soda and pinch of condy's crystals. Rgards, Gary
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