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Is this actually soot, or like a fungus . Fruit leaves and or branches trunk.
Did this blow in on the wind rain.
Won't hose off?
Locate , contact county arborist take samples fruit and or leaves.
They diagnosed and iron deficiency looking at some oak leave..

Post a picture hear if you can maybe someone can I'd .
Are other type trees affected?

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