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I have 3 avocado trees planted in a cluster outside. When they were first planted one lost nearly all of its leaves. They turned brown and fell off. I applied gypsum and months later it looks to be doing much better with lots of leaf growth. However I'm seeing some shoots/branches turning black. Any ideas?
It's said when tree branches turn black it means its a diseased avocado trees. Not healthy.
This is a root rot symptom, caused by overwatering.
Are you just watering it or giving it something else? Traces of salt can cause this.
So besides cutting back on wayering, how do u fix?