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Why Does a Crab Apple Tree Die?

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Several borers, including the lilac borer and the flatheaded apple tree borer can invade crabapple trees. The lilac borer primarily bothers Sargent crab apple trees. The pests invade smaller branches first, causing the trees to become stressed. Small
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