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We asked Ron Rabe of the DNR here about was happening to Balm of Gilead trees -- a few weeks back they already seemed to be dying off. Ron passed our query on to Jana Albers, the department's insect and disease specialist. Her reply: "In August and September, the only other notable pests I picked up were leaf diseases on Balm of Gilead (now crispy leaves).

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