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One Year After Hurricane Irma, How Are Florida's Trees Faring?

In this Cape Coral Daily Breeze story, Dan Powell of Davey's Naples, Florida, office details how trees are coping nearly one year after Hurricane Irma. He explains the many ways trees may be crying out for help and what you can do to help.

Posted: August 16, 2018

Residents across all of Southwest Florida are still feeling the effects of Hurricane Irma that blew through almost one year ago.

In its wake, among many, many things, have been trees and vegetation destroyed by 100-plus mph winds, torrential downpours and lightning strikes.

Occasionally, trees may appear to be healthy, but are really dying inside. These trees are sometimes referred to as "zombie trees."

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