Nectarine Trees

Why Is My Nectarine Tree Dying

treeboy added on August 11, 2013 | Answered

The 2nd branch started showing signs of dying about a month ago. The white nectarine is 8 yrs old, the branch is 2" in diameter, the cambium shows some life, leaves are wilted, twigs bend rather than snap. Tree has not been injured or stressed. Roots seem to be ok. No signs of bugs.


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Answered on August 13, 2013

If the plant was mine, I would collect samples and take them to the local agricultural extension office for identification and recommendations. If you have trees side by side and one is healthy, with the other not, something internal is happening. I hope they can help with the problem

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