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Dieback in a tree is a condition where the tree loses its leaves and branches, starting from the tips and progressing inward. It can be caused by various factors, such as root damage, improper planting depth, drought, disease, insect attack, or environmental stress. Dieback can affect the health and appearance of the tree, and sometimes lead to tree death. To prevent dieback, it is important to plant trees at the right depth, avoid injuring the roots or trunk, water and fertilize properly, and monitor for signs of pests or diseases.

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