In this article from RiverOaksHouston.com, Davey tells readers how they can help their trees to stand tall and strong despite storms and saturated grounds this fall.
Posted: Sept. 30, 2019
Fall in Texas often means storms and heavy rains that saturate the ground. While trees in the region are accustomed to this amount of rain, too much water threatens trees’ ability to stand tall, strong and steady.
Just like most living things, your plants, shrubs and trees can only handle so much water. When torrential downpours create puddles of standing water near the bases of tree trunks, problems may occur above and below ground.
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