I have a 50+ year old maple tree that I thought was healthy up until this spring. The tree produced a couple million helicopters and only a handful of leaves. I read online that it might be Verticillium albo-atrum or Verticillium dahliae, which basically says my tree is done for. What are your thoughts?

It's difficult for us to formally know the demise of the tree without a Certified Arborist inspecting the tree. Make an appointment to have someone inspect the tree for it's overall health.

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