|County Ag News with UW-Extension Ag Agent|
|Written by Ken Williams, UW-Extension Agent|
|Tuesday, July 30, 2013 9:33 AM|
Long-term drought effects on trees
Even though we have had a wet spring and early summer, we are continually seeing more trees and shrubs that are dying. I have received a number of calls on maple trees that are dying or that have cracks in the bark with dead areas of bark on the tree. There are a number of elm trees that I have seen that were all leafed out but in the last couple of weeks the leaves have now died back, turned brown and are now falling off.
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