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drought stress

Subject: drought stress
From: Gareth Hare
Date: May 13 2022 08:26:39
Morning all. Re the above: in our locality we're seeing increasing numbers of 
trees (particularly conifers it seems) dying or declining with no defined 
cause. In two of the cases -one in Scots Pine and one in Larch both involving 
large numbers of trees- Plant Health have been involved and have not found 
any biotic cause. I'm leaning towards the delayed effects of drought periods 
in the decline and death of these trees but wonder if anyone else is 
observing similar?




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