Signs and Symptoms of Tree Stress (Plus Treatment)

Signs and Symptoms of Tree Stress (Plus Treatment)

While wandering the yard, did you spot something that looked a bit unusual? Perhaps a bare branch that’s usually bursting with leaves?

Your tree is lucky to have you looking out for it. The earlier you spot a problem on your tree, the better! Early or proactive tree treatment is almost always more effective.

Keep reading to find out if what you spotted is a serious or minor issue, then learn how to treat it.

Tree Stress Signs and Treatment

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