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Drooping Limb on Dogwood tree due to production of berries

Is there anything I should do with the limbs of the tree because they are hanging downward because there are a lot of berries on the tree. I tried shaking the branches to dislodge some of the berries but not enough fell off


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#1 Comment By BushDoctor On 08/19/2019 @ 11:20 am

This can be normal, or it can signify that the tree is getting too much shade. If you cannot give the tree more sun, then there is nothing that will need to be done from here.

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