Question by  suresh (21)

What are common problems with willow trees?

My willow trees seem to be dyeing, they are weltering and droopy?


Answer by  Jimbob (2275)

They often have a lack of nutrients due to the fact that they are in heavily watered soil. if your plant is dying try adding mulch.


Answer by  11worker (86)

This may be due to a disease called anthracnose, which cause withering and death. Other possibilities include fungal root disorders or being in an environment too dry.


Answer by  BrendaG (6111)

Willows need plenty of water and can profit by laying hose close to tree and letting water seep slowly for several hours. Fertilizer can provide iron if there is an iron deficiency. Aphids, borers, caterpillars, scales, and gypsy moths can become problems, as can several fungi. Wilting and browning can be caused by drought.


Answer by  worker5534 (518)

willow trees are used for making cricker bat. Aequate watering and excelent balanced mannure is necessary to grow the willow trees.

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