Sick Maple Trees 'Becoming Epidemic' in Minnesota

In this Star Tribune story, Travis McDonald of Davey's South Minneapolis, Minnesota office explains why the area's maple leaves are changing color and falling prematurely - and what you can do to help.

Posted: September 11, 2017

The fall foliage season is a bit ahead of schedule this year — but that’s not why maple trees all over the Twin Cities have been turning color and dropping leaves, weeks before official autumn.

It’s a warning sign that there are a lot of sick maple trees...

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