I have 2 globe cedar trees at the back of my house. One is closer to a large pine tree than the other. Trees are on the west side of the house. The one closer to the pine tree is all brown with s bit of green. Not much. The other one further away is better but still not healthy. They have also outgrown their space and we neeed to do something with them. Thought maybe the acidity of the pine tree might be an issue. Any clues about what to do? AM
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There can be a few reasons for browning of a cedar, and these articles will help you pinpoint the issue.