Japanese Black Pine - Knowledgebase Question

grapevine, tx
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Question by mikalkearns
November 25, 2005
Japanese black pines dying off.

Answer from NGA
November 25, 2005
It is really difficult to diagnose a plant problem without seeing it and even more difficult without any symptoms or signs. Your pines may be diseased, have insect infestations or be suffering from drought or overly wet soils. Wish I could offer help, but without some background information, I'm at a loss. Take a sample of the problem to your local Cooperative Extension office for diagnosis, or talk to the professionals at your local nursery. Be prepared to offer a history of your tree, including your care regime, planting site, etc. Best wishes with your pines!

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