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Dwarf Mulberry Tree

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Narla Cat starts with ...
HELP , Our new (brought about 4 weeks ago )Dwarf mulberry tree mulbury tree is brown on the top of the main stem about 2cm and appears to be going down the stem,at a very slow pace. We dont want to see it die. All the leaves were very green but just noticed 3 leaves out of the 7 have a tiny bit of brown on the tip end. What could this mean ???
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Narla
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14th March 2011 2:12pm
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BJ says...
Are you able to put up a picture?
Whats your drainage like?
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14th March 2011 4:53pm
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Narla Cat says...
We have it in a pot plant .
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Narla
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peter says...
hi narla
i got a small poted red shatoot and after watering all the leaves went brown starting from the tips and fell off. then quite quickly grew a new set of leaves and now looks excelent.
i had no brown dieback fron the stem
so not sure what that may be.
if it gets worse and it was mine i would brune it of below the dieback.
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