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Fall is a good time to add trees

(EDITOR’S NOTE: This is one in a series on the continuing effort to add trees to the community.)

For Kansas, as well as much of the country, fall is a great time to add to the local tree supply.
It’s a good time to work outdoors in the cooler weather, and there are also benefits for the trees because the soil is still warm, but its an easier time to keep moisture to the new trees without the hot weather to account for. Trees tend to establish better this time of year, according to Tree Board President Charles ...

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