I have a wind break of cedar trees. Many of the lower branches are dead. I have started trimming them off but I was wondering if there is a way of stopping it or if they are all dying.
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Browning of Cedar Trees could be due to low moisture levels, disease or pests.
I would check with your County Extension Office to see if Cedars are suffering from any diseases in your region.
They can also refer you to a qualified Arborist to seek professional advise.
Pruning should be done in fall, when the trees are dormant.