Over the past several weeks we have received many calls from concerned residents about mature trees turning brown. There are many factors that could be in play, but a common cause has been related to the excess rainfall from the summer months. UF/IFAS Okaloosa County Commercial Horticulture Agent Sheila Dunning explains in this article why too much rain can be harmful. We Had Plenty of Rain; Why Are My Trees Dying?
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