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How to Spot a "Zombie Tree" Before It's Too Late

In this FOX 31 segment, Derek Fox of Davey's West Denver, Colorado, office describes how different stressors could be slowing harming, or even killing, your once beautiful tree. Fox shares what you should look for to save your tree before it's too late.

Posted: August 10, 2018

The definition of a zombie is “the walking dead.” They look alive, but they are the “undead.”

And that’s exactly what Denver arborist Derek Fox calls trees that look like they are alive and ticking, but they are prime candidates to be zombie trees.

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