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Hi my mature five finger probably 10yo and 4m high died a sad death, leaves all browned up and dried up so we cut it out then my large puka, about 5_6m away from the five finger did the same. We cut it down too, now another puka that was doing ok and was beside the five finger is starting to look sick too. What can I do to save it. We have a dog so I don’t want to put anything on it that might be toxic to him. We have a small garden. Any advice would be appreciated. I’ll have no trees left soon.
Thanks

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Hi Adrienne, Both The five finger and puka can show dieback for no apparent reason, sometimes if the position gets too much water it can cause some problems. The only solution is to cut out the effected area (into good wood) it often will regrow from below the position you have cut it.

Thanks the Palmers Team

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