Leland Cypress - Knowledgebase Question

Remlap, AL
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Question by staceydc2
August 28, 2006
My tree's are starting to turn orange on the branches. It first starts out on one or two branches, and then within two weeks the whole tree is a burnt orange. The needles are not brittle, and the branches still seem to have life in them. What could be causing this? I would send pictures, but I don't know how to attach them to this email.

Answer from NGA
August 28, 2006

Unfortunately we are not able to receive digital photos in our Q&A system. The orange coloring is probably due to heat/drought stress but it could be due to a fungal disease of the foliage or stems. It is not a good sign however and you should take a sample of the plant and a photo to your County Extension Office to see if they can make a more specific diagnosis and suggest an appropriate course of action.

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