Yes, early diagnostic symptoms of BRR disease are often difficult to detect, despite the fact that the disease can cause a rapid decline in tree growth conditions within a short time. More often than not, obvious symptoms will only be visible at a late stage of infection. Once symptoms such as abnormal crown symptoms (e.g. sparse foliage density, abnormal foliage colour (chlorosis), abnormal leaf size, dieback twigs are discernible in the above ground portion of the tree, the majority of its roots are likely to have been infected and the tree basically cannot be cured

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