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Mulberry disease?

 
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I bought this tree at a local nusery several years ago.  Said to be a red mulberry, it has never thrived.  I moved it last winter to a new location that recieved more morning light, hoping that drying it off earlier in the day would help, but no luck.  My Illinois Everbearing trees are doing fantastic.  Any ideas what is wrong with it?
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