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Leaf loss means tree stress

The past 12 months have been tough on trees and it does not look like there is much of an end in sight. Many calls have been coming into the office about trees and their condition.
 The Area Forester Jim Strine and I have visited many locations to visit with landowners about the status of their trees and generally supply the same answer to all. They need water and they are stressed.
This summer’s yellowing and falling trees leaves are signs of stress, as are the browning leaves that stay in place. Trees are reflecting the unusually warm, droughty ...


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