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« on: December 17, 2014, 01:37:43 PM »

Thank you in advance for your help. While I was walking around my property today I noticed for the first time that two of my trees seem to be deformed or struck with a disease etc. I have no idea.

This deformation seems to be starting from the bottom of the tree and spreading upward. One tree is deformed/diseased all the way to within 5 feet of the uppermost limbs and the other tree has the deformation on the bottom most 3 feet or so. As I looked at the bark of the trees, they seem to be two different types of hardwoods.

Can you identify the problem with the trees and tell me what I must to do protect my other trees from what this is, and whether or not it is safe to cut and burn the affected trees.

I have taken a few pictures so if you think you can help, please contact me and I'll send the picture.

Thanks muchly.
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