Hi, I planted a Fuyu Persimmon tree last weekend. Before I planted it I noticed the leaves were dry on the ends at some leaves and there were holes through some of the leaves. They were still firm and it was not yet dropping the leaves. I planted the tree slightly elevated in an area that drains well and I added a couple handfuls of bone meal to the dirt in the hole and mixed it in well in hopes that it would help to entice the roots to grow outwards. (its grafted to a lotus root stock if thats any help). The hole that I dug was about 2' x 2' x 2'. I removed the soil and put in a much richer soil in that hole similar to what was in the pot that the tree came with. I watered it well post planting and was hoping i would see improvement with the leaves. Mind you it's only been a week but I see the brown spots are now on the branches as well and I'm worried that the issue is not due to being in a small pot or drought, like I originally thought. Can anyone confirm if this appears to be due to deficiency of nutrient, pest related, or a fungal issue? Right now I've noticed its starting to drop the leaves and leaves on some of the branches are starting to get soft and wilt. Thanks for your insight and knowledge. I really appreciate everything that you can add to help me make sure the tree gets back on track and healthy again. Patrick.