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Question by  me40 (43)

Why are my ivory halo dogwood leaves turning brown?

The started turning brown about 3 weeks ago.


Answer by  Valentine62 (2131)

Take a sample of the leaves to a landscaper or tree and shrub nursery to pin point the problem. These plants may have blight, canker problems, or just need water.


Answer by  dwammer (710)

Dogwood leaves may simply be a result of high heat or weather or high heat from reflection coupled with lack of water. To be sure, take sameple to a local nursery to ensure there is no disease. If not, fertilize and water thouroughly.


Answer by  wmgcgirl12 (293)

These plants can be prone to leaf blight and canker problems. Take a sample of the browning leaves to a local landscaper or tree and shrub nursery to correctly identify the problem. It could be a fungus or it could be moisture remaining too long on the leaves from humid conditions in your area.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

If you are fetilizing it make sure the fertilizer isn't to close to the roots that will cause it. If you cut it back and happened to cut back to far that will also cause that to happen.


Answer by  memes1981 (52)

The leaves could be turning brown due to lack of water, but if this is not the case you should check the base of the tree for damage or holes.


Answer by  narenmmk (29)

Browning Of Leaf Is Due To Microbial Degradation, Or Due To High Temperature. In These Condition We Maintain A Ivory And Pour Enormous Amount Of Water Maintain In Humid Condition

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