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Help needed!

While out in the garden today, I noticed my peach tree is in serious
trouble! I am thinking it is a fungus?!?

Pictures work better than descriptions, so:


Anyone know what is wrong with it? Treatment?

Sorry, didn't think about taking a picture till a few minutes ago... and
it is getting dark out here. If we need a closer photo... it will have
to be tomorrow.

Sorry for the cross posting once again... and hopefully Chris is away on
a holiday weekend or I am going to be in trouble for posting this on the
perennial list.. but you guys know everything!:)

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