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Lychee Tree

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I have a lychee tree that was planted a few months ago, since then all the leaves have started to die off from the tips. Is this a normal thing, or is it treatable. The tree has sprouted some small flower shoots. We have planted as per instructions, and have had nice regular rain. What can we do to save our lychee? This is also happening to one of our mango trees. Please help!
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Larry says...
Mine did the same thing but now the weather has turned a bit warmer small new season shoots are starting to appear. I would'nt worry just yet if you are getting new growth of any kind then the tree is doing well.
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