Walnut Trees

Poorly Walnut Tree

Cwhyankee@aol.com added on August 23, 2017 | Answered

Our established walnut tree, over 40 years old, has transformed over the last three years from a robust prolific fruitier to a wane, sparsely leafed anemic tree. Many years before we had it professionally pruned and are very concerned as to what we need to do to restore to its prior majesty? Can anyone help?

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Answered on August 25, 2017

You will want to inspect the leaves, branches and trunk for signs of pest or disease.

You should also contact your County Extension Office to see what regional issues are in Walnut Trees.



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