Drought puts stress on evergreens

Nick Meyer, an area extension horticulture agent for Colorado State University, checks a dead pine tree along 30 Road in Grand Junction. Dryness is the main issue, but homeowners have to be careful not to overwater. One or two times a week is suggested.



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Nick Meyer, an area extension horticulture agent for Colorado State University, checks a dead pine tree along 30 Road in Grand Junction. Dryness is the main issue, but homeowners have to be careful not to overwater. One or two times a week is suggested.

If you are a homeowner with pine trees in your yard and noticing they are not the healthy green they should be, you are not alone. A significant number of local urban pine and other evergreen…




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