Help - Apple Tree Not Looking Good


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We are from north Texas. It's been a VERY wet & rainy spring. Our apple trees were looking great until recently. Today I walked by and noticed one of the trees is looking pretty bad.

A few things to note:
- Both trees were transplanted this last winter. One looks great, one really sad.
- It looks like half the tree was first to decline. Maybe I cut that part off? Is there a chance it could come back?
- We have some fungus across the yard on our photinias which are also dying. Could this be related?

What should I do to try and treat and save this tree? (thank so so much in advance)

Regards,

Andy

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