This is usually due to drought, a sudden change in temperature, or insects. If it’s due to an insect infestation, most trees fully recover. If it’s the result of a drought (or over-fertilizing or over-watering in the spring), the tree may have sustained serious root damage. Try scraping back a bit of the bark. If you see green tissue, your tree is still alive. It’s best to call an arborist to have them inspect your tree to ensure that a disease is not spreading to other trees.
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