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Cedar Tree Treetop Problem

Heyy!! My name is nicolas I am from lebanon land of cedars trees Precisely from lebanon/bekaa/zahle My question is why the treetop of my cedar tree is becoming crusty brownish color

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Outside United States trees and shrubs about 4 hours ago

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Does anyone know what this is?

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