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A big beautiful magnolia tree planted in the middle of the front lawn is nature’s invitation to iced tea and friendly conversation on the front porch. While the magnolia is a hearty tree, they are prone to some diseases to be aware of, so that you can act quickly to save your tree. If you notice reddish-brown spots with hair-like lines underneath, it’s an algal leaf spot infection. This is not serious. Just water and feed as you normally would. If a branch suddenly dies, it’s time to prune the tree. If it continues, the tree could have wood rot. Consult with an arborist for further treatment guidance.

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