Why Denver Tree's Are Oozing and Turning Black (And How to Help)

In this Denver Post story, Kevin Marks of Davey's North Denver, Colorado, office talks about why you've seen an increase in fire blight this year (and what you can do about it).

Posted: November 2, 2018

Spring hailstorms that damaged trees along the Front Range made it easy for fire blight to cause a large number of trees to ooze and develop dark cankers.

“It’s been a pretty dramatic year,” said Kevin Marks, a master arborist with Davey Tree Expert Company who has worked in Denver for more than 20 years. “This is the worst I’ve seen it.”

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