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by lah on October 03, 2004 03:28 AM
have some brown and yellow leaves and looks like some mold as well...help...do not want to lose this elegant tree
by weezie13 on October 03, 2004 10:20 PM
Hi Lah,

Can I ask, did you have any other bug problem with the plant over the summer/?????

And how were it's growing conditions over the summer,
*ie: watering, was it late at night, not enough and too dry, etc.
fertilizers, yes you did, and what kind and/or none at all..that'll help us narrow it down a bit for you..

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by weezie13 on October 15, 2004 07:23 AM
I'm bringing this one back up to the top!!!

Lah responded with:
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Help for my tulip magnolia;
Thank you for your response!!!!!
My tree is watered abut 3 times a week during
the summer and we have been blessed with
lota of rain....no bugs and no fertilizer...
ground is hard clay and cannot fix that....
loosen the soil around it from time to time...
thanx again..lah
Anyone have any help for her and her plant???
Papito???????? Phil, Arctostaphylos, Billlllll???

Weezie

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by Arctostaphylos on October 15, 2004 06:33 PM
Well not to over simplify your situation but, are you sure its really a problem? When I hear Tulip Magnolia I think of Magnolia X soulangiana (or a close relative) these are deciduous trees and in our area when they shed their leaves they look much as you have described. A photo would be quite helpful and I am sorry I could not be of more assistance. Good luck.

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