Cypress trees in Connecticut browning on interior. Tips of longer limbs completely brown, single limbs dying one at a time, sap oozing out of mainstem underneath dying limb. I do not see any canker and do not believe it is cedar apple rust. Should I spray fungicide? What would make sap ooze from stem and kill individual limbs one at a time? Need help fast.
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