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You're looking out your picture window at your towering ash tree that you have come to love. There is no breeze but yet the leaves could not be falling faster.

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Seeing leaves fall in the spring is always an alarming sight. With further examination, you see brown spots on the leaves.

The recent outbreak of emerald ash borer in Minnesota has some ash tree owners in a nervous state. While EAB might be a problem, ash anthracnose may be the real criminal in the recent leaf drop.

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