Why are my mulberry leaves turning brown?
Thereof, how do you save a dying mulberry tree?
Prune off any dead or dying branches at the point where they emerge from the trunk. Trim off infected or diseased branches at least 6 inches into healthy wood. Burn all trimmings immediately. Rake all tree bits, leaves, fruit and fallen branches from beneath the tree and dispose of them as well.
Beside above, how do you treat mulberry leaf spots? The leaves at the twig tips wilt and dry up. Some control is obtainable on young trees by pruning dead shoots in autumn and spraying with approved fungicides. Leaf Spots (fungi – Cercospora moricola, C. missouriensis, and Cercosporella spp.): The leaves of mulberry are spotted by these fungi in very rainy seasons.
Similarly, do mulberry trees need a lot of water?
Mulberry trees should receive at least 1 inch of water each week for optimal growth and fruit production. If you receive this amount of rainfall in your area each week, you won't need to use the hose. During dry spells, fruit may drop prematurely if irrigation is insufficient.
Do mulberry trees lose leaves?
A: Mulberries have a tendency to drop their leaves in one or a few episodes. Some begin forming abscission zones during the heat and drought of summer, thinning their leaves to conserve water. These trees drop leaves over a prolonged period.