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Q.Male Mulberry tree has brownish thick liquid where some limbs diverge. What could it be?

Zone 23230 | Anonymous added on August 18, 2020 | Answered

Runs down the trunks leaving a black trail. Seems to be severing the affected branch from the main trunk.

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Answered on August 19, 2020

This condition is not necessarily fatal to your tree, but indicates that there's been an injury, or a branch has grown out in an odd way, creating a naturally occurring "injury." The only remedy I've found in my research is spraying the area with a diluted mixture of bleach and water to kill the bacteria that gravitates toward the "wound." Here are two article that should help:

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