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Zone 86409 | r1mcleod added on August 16, 2021 | Answered

I could use your help idetifying the cause of a problem in my yard. My Location is NW Arizona(Kingman) with an altitude of 3400 ft. New growth appears stunted/dwarfed on several fruit trees and rose bushes. I do not see any aphids or other pests, some leaves have small holes. The attached pictures show a mature fruit bearing plum that has produced no fruit this year.

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Answered on August 16, 2021

If it is in roses and fruit trees, it may be the result of the use of chemicals or drift of chemicals used by a neighbor. If the symptom is only present in the roses, consider chemicals and-or Rose Rosette Disease.

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