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Paw Paw Tree Dying

 
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One of my Paw Paw trees looks to be dead all of a sudden.  It appeared fine a week ago and now the leaves are wilted and brown.  There is another paw paw only 10' away and it appears fine.  Any idea what happened?

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Any chance it was girdled by rodents near the base?
 
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Gray Henon wrote:Any chance it was girdled by rodents near the base?



Not visible, I did look and couldn't see anything.
 
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