A watering problem maybe? I would check if it has root rot or is not getting enough water. The roots are shallow so try to get the soil moist down to a depth of 6-12" near sunrise. If it is already moist, skip watering until the soil is dry or almost dry. If the leaves are wilting, the tree needs water. If the shallow roots sit in soggy conditions for too long, the roots may develop root rot. Leaf symptoms of root rot are identical to those of lack of enough/no water since the roots are unable to absorb water.
Answered on July 3, 2021
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