TREES - Knowledgebase Question

windsor mill, Ma
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Question by bdmcdonald
April 22, 2010
I have a couple of trees in the pine family not sure exactly what type. But this year we have some really bad snow storms and the snow was so heavy that in the middle of the trees are there anyway i can help them come back to life. i did not that heavy snow can damage a tree thank you

Answer from NGA
April 22, 2010
Snow typically damages the crown and the outer branches rather than the middle of the tree so I wonder if there's something else going on - a safe haven for insects, perhaps? Check the center of the tree for spider mites or other pests. Look for webbing on the stems or cast skins from aphids. If you find insect pests collect a few and take them to your nursery for identification. You can spray your tree to control them, once you determine what they are. Best wishes with your trees.

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