My Cryptomeria Japonica Is Turning Brown?

Answer Cryptomeria japonica or Japanese cedar is an evergreen conifer with blue green foliage and a mature height of about 60 feet. The tree is cone shaped with peeling, reddish brown bark. A fungal infec... Read More »

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