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  • Foliage sometimes turn brown around the edges but more commonly turns a dull, gray-green color
  • Dried brown to gray-green leaves hang on the tree or more commonly, foliage drops prematurely and litters the ground
    under the tree
  • Severe drought stress may cause dieback of individual branches starting at branch tips
  • More information on Drought damage...

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