In this Pleasanton Weekly story, Joe Berg of Davey's East Bay, California office talks about various ways a tree can become stressed by weather or its surroundings. Berg says to prevent tree stress, start by planting the right tree in the right place. Then, look for early warning signs to help your tree before it becomes too late.
Posted: August 5, 2018
People and pets aren't the only things wilting in the summer heat. High temps are tough on many plants.
Flowers dramatically droop when thirsty but trees often don't show the effects of too little water until too late.