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Bark on Mimosa Tree Splitting?

Is there anything we can do for our tree? Its bark is splitting. Will this kill the tree? Thank you.

By Marian A

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July 26, 20150 found this helpful

I would look under the bark at the wood. I came across this while researching Mimosa trees:

Watch for Wilt Disease
Verticillium wilt is a common mimosa tree disease that causes symptoms such as faded, wilted foliage, branch dieback and, occasionally, death of the entire tree. Removing bark on infected branches may showcase wet-looking dark spots. Help prevent the disease by irrigating your tree during long dry periods, as stressed trees are more likely to develop problems. Prune out dead branches, disinfecting your pruning equipment with a mixture of 1 part bleach to 9 parts water to avoiding spreading the disease. Do not plant mimosa tree in areas where verticillium wilt has been a problem in the past.

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