why is my 15-year old red oak tree displaying many dead, leafless branches? Is it sigh of a disease or fungus?



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    Where are the leafless branches on the tree? Sometimes as oak trees mature, they shed the lower brances (and occasionally a few upper ones) because they no longer need those branches. However, your tree could be suffering from some problems as well. A variety of issues have leaf loss as a symptom. Your oak might be damaged by the sun and thirsty, it could have a disease, or it could be suffering from the results of a bad pruning job.

    I recommend calling your local arborist for a consultation if you have cause to be concerned about your tree.

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