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What to do with trees recovering from winter storm Uri

What to do with trees recovering from winter storm Uri

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Anything green means a chance of recovery It has been almost six months since winter storm Uri blanketed Texas in a week-long freeze, and despite ample rain, many Texas trees are still showing signs of stress. Tufts of leaves give some a patchy, inverted look – while others are losing vast amounts of bark or... Read More →

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