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Old 04-28-2013, 12:33 PM   #1
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friend needs help with tree damage


My friend tested me this pic asking what's wrong... Not 100% on species but from looks maybe an elm or maple? Don't know if its disease, animal, or insect... She lives in town so no deer damage.. any idea what's wrong or what to do to help?

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She said it get pink flowers in the spring so guessing maybe an ornamental tree?

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Pink flowers, Magnolia or Tulip tree. That tree is gone at this point, and needs to be taken down.
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Go news is one cut drop her straight down.
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Redbud. It does not have smooth bark of the tulip or magnolia, not that it matters. Is it still alive? If so it could probably be salvaged. Get a pic of the crown
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