In this KXAN segment, David Madden from Davey’s South Austin office talks about helping your trees survive and recover from drought.  

Posted: September 07, 2022

Despite recent rains in Central Texas, there’s a growing problem that begins in the soil — not enough water for local trees. 

“They’re clearly showing stress, the leaves are turning brown, some of the limbs look like they’ve died” said David Madden with The Davey Tree Expert Company in Austin. He has witnessed many trees not getting enough water near the ground and showing signs of stress at the top. 

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