sherwindu The tree may be attacked by some pathogen. There are som
available, so inquire at your nearest garden center. In any case,
tree one more season to recover. If it doesn't improve, you may hav
Check the base of the tree for any problems like insects or roo
sure if these trees have borer problems, but look for distinctiv
holes in the trunk. You could also take a sample leaf to your neares
service or plant information center for inspection.
"R. Kannan" wrote:
A bradford pear tree in my front yard (about 7 years old) looke
dead last summer. This spring it seems to have flowered but has ver
leaves see images (from May and late June) at
I have added acidic fertilizer and after a month it does not seem t
many leaves. Is there any chances of reviving this tree? Is this
because of the local soil condition.
I live in Michigan and the house front faces SW and gets plenty o
Any help is appreciated.
if anyone in your area knows someone who runs an orchard that has pea
trees maybe ask them if they would come and take a look at your tre
u maybe they would know more about whats wrong with it.
also if u cant find anyone contact your agricultural office and they
might be able to help u find someone that can help with this issue.
good luck. cyaaaa, sockiescat