When Evergreen Doesn’t Mean Ever Green


Great info and thoughts from Elizabeth on the reasons why evergreens aren’t always staying green in the fall.

Husker Hort

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Autumn is officially here; cue the falling leaves, cool nights, and yellowing pine trees. Knowing the cause of the discolored needles will help to know if it is nature taking its course or if it is a disease infecting your trees.

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I'm the Crops and Water Extension Educator for York and Seward counties in Nebraska with a focus in irrigated crop production and plant pathology.

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