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Affected trees apply insecticides back bark boring dust bud or graft bumping the trunk burlap Cankers cause Cornus florida CULTIVARS Decay Dieback disease Dogwood Borer Dogwood Club-Gall Midge dogwood leaves dogwood trees dogwood twig borer Dogwoods growing drought dry weather endosulfan exposed wood Flathead Borers Flower Spots flowering dogwood form of dogwood fungi fungus garden growth helps to prevent HERBICIDE inches deep infestation injurious insecticides or fungicides keep the tree killed late summer late winter lawn mower leaf and flower lesion low soil fertility ment mildew mulch newly transplanted normal Number Nursery-grown trees paint pesticide planting hole PLANTS Wild trees Prevent borer attack Protect pruning cut recover from transplanting Refill the hole rootball roots scale insects seldom need seriously disfigured shellac shoots spot anthracnose spray the trunk sulfur tips tree-wound dressing trees growing trunk and branches usually water weeds white-bracted wild form winter or spring wound with tree-wound