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2018 Drought Putting Trees at Risk in Concord, Massachusetts

In this Concord Wicked Local story, Joshua Fritz of Hartney Greymont, a Davey company, talks about how a drought in Concord may be putting the town’s trees at risk. He also explains how lack of water for trees affects the environment surrounding them.

Fritz works at Hartney's Concord, Massachusetts office.

Posted: July 18, 2018

A prolonged dry period in Concord could be putting the town’s trees at risk, according to Hartney Greymont arborist Joshua Fritz.

“For the past two years we’ve been in a drought,” Fritz said July 13. “For example, in July we typically get about 4 inches of rain. About halfway through we haven’t even received an inch of rain.”

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