Mugo Pine
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I sent a question earlier this evening about my Mugo pines and, after speaking with my husband, have more to add

Zone Parkton, Maryland 211020 | Anonymous added on February 28, 2020 | Answered

We were away for 10 days and he noticed it when he opened the drapes this morning. I noticed tonight when I came home from work. The fact that we didn't see that earlier is why I think it just happened. I see these out the window each day, so it is almost as if it happened overnight. Also, we had cold winds up to 70 miles per hour on Sunday and Monday. Today is Wednesday. Could it be wind damage? Can they recover?

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GKH_Susan
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Answered on March 1, 2020

I don't think it's wind damage. I suspect water logging, poor aeration for roots, but I don't know your soil and drainage factors.

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