Rowan tree - suspected Fire Blight?………
I posted earlier regarding this Rowan tree that the leaves and blossom had started to die back. We thought it was because the graft union was buried. After clearing the soil away from the graft the tree burst in to life again. In the last few days the same thing is happening again. When the tree was examined I noticed that the trunk had become discoloured and the bark splitting. Has anyone had experience of this or is it another disease?
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