I just received my second load of trees from my tree grower. All of my Lindens have wilted leaves with black margins, deformed leaves with holes, and drooping branch tips. When I looked this up in my reference books, all fingers pointed to Pseudomonas syringe (bacterial blight). The nursery responded by saying the holes in the leaves were due to nutrient deficiency and the black curled leaves and twigs was due to being transplanted while the tree was pushing new growth. I didn't think leaf scorch from water loss would produce the black colour on the leaves, they simply dry out and turn brown. Does anyone have experience with this situation or can at least back up the grower's claims? Thanks a bunch!