Granny Smith, leaf problem.

beeman_gardener(5)June 1, 2013

I might be fussing over nothing, like a mother hen and her chicks, but I have to ask!
A new 3 year old tree this year, growing well, blossomed and had to hand pollinate, now needs thinning.
New growth looks fine, but the old nursery growth leaves look dried up, and incurling.
It has been well watered, lots of rain around here with a few days of dry warm.
Any suggestions gratefully received.

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Tony(Zone 5. Omaha, Nebraska)


If the new growth looks healthy then you should not worry too much.


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