My Pine tree appears to be dying. I have 3 pine trees in a row. They are over 30 years old. The first tree died at the end of the year last year, but I kept it in hopes that it was just adjusting to climate. It is definitely dead. The second tree is now experiencing similar problems and I have sprayed insecticide and placed nutrients around the tree. The third tee is just beginning to show signs of the same problem. Who can I contact in DuPage County, Illinois to help me save my trees?
When does a spruce or pine trees start to produce pine cones? Is it near the end of their life?
My neighbor, in August, cut a few limbs off two pine trees. The sap drips on my wood deck AND my concrete patio floor. Aside from cleaning the drip spots, the sap is of course tracked onto the interior flooring of my home. How long do I have to put up with the sap?
I have several pine trees on the north side of my home that I have lived at for 4 years. I noticed that from the inside out the needle are turning orange as if they are dying. The trees are easily 30 years old. I am concerned the trees are dying. Any information you have on this will be helpful.
If a pine tree has turned brown and looks dead, is the tree really dead or will it come back (turn green again)?
Pine tree needles are turning brown and falling off. Some of the trees have completely died. My neighbor claims there is some type of copper spray that could cure this problem but doesn’t have the name of the product.
There is an old pine tree in my garden that has recently started to drip resin.
This leaves the paving slabs under it sticky and difficult to remove.
Why has this just started, is it because the tree is old?
Can I do anything to stop it or do I have to cut down the tree?
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