Trees and Shrubs forum→Will These Cedars Come Back?

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Montreal, Quebec, Canada (Zone 5b)
PeteMoss
Jun 29, 2020 4:39 PM CST
I have a few cedars and some have turned brown. This seems to have happened all of a sudden. What I find odd is that one segment of the tree is fine but an entire segment is dried out from bottom to top. Will they come back or are they a lost cause?

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Name: GERALD
Lockhart, Texas (Zone 8b)
Hydroponics Greenhouse Region: Texas
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IntheHotofTexas
Jul 3, 2020 7:35 AM CST
Just happened, so not winter burn. I know they're subject to all sorts of things, borers, various fungal diseases, etc. As well as environmental stress from heat and wind. Call your local extension agent or government arborist and ask if there's a particular thing going on this year.

I know the dead part won't grow back. You can cut it away and see what the tree looks like. It won't regain its former shape. But if the whole tree turns brown, it's a goner.
Montreal, Quebec, Canada (Zone 5b)
PeteMoss
Jul 4, 2020 3:21 PM CST
Ok thanks,
Name: Kat
Magnolia, Tx (Zone 9a)
Region: Texas Herbs Moon Gardener Enjoys or suffers hot summers Heirlooms Bookworm
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kittriana
Jul 5, 2020 10:45 AM CST
Hmmm, Root damages. Seems cedars are also a compartmentalized tree, Root damage is branch damage.

Edit to add- unless you hit them with Roundup....
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