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Don't know much about fruit tree issues and my internet searches are not going in the right direction.

The pictures below are of a 2 year old nectarine tree - no other trees in the orchard (8 others) have any issues. Leaves will come out looking healthy and green, then get crinkly red brown as shown in the pictures, then a week later will die and look as if they were burned. This has been going on about a month and was initially missed due to deer eating lots of the leaves.

Located in Western Washington where we've had the oddest spring I've seen in my lifetime. 4x the rain as normal and snow up until April with average temps well below normal.

Thanks for the help.

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