Japanese Maple Trees

My Japanese Maple Leaves Are Turning Brown and Crumbling

beccajones added on May 17, 2011 | Answered

What causes this, and what can be done to help fix this problem?

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Answered on May 19, 2011

There is many things that can cause this. The first culprit is normally fungus. You can treat fungicide for this. Pests are another common cause. A pesticide will manage this. It could also be under watering, over watering, root rot or a few other things. Can you send us the way the leaves look before they turn brow? This will help us better pinpoint what the issue is.

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