In this Simply Buckhead article, Kyle Mack from Arborguard Tree Specialists, a Davey company, talks about the best practices to beat drought.  

Posted: August 25, 2022

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It has been a very hot summer. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate Prediction Center, temperatures are rising, and there is an increased chance of drought for nearly every part of the state, particularly Georgia. Drought can cause wilting leaves, a sparse tree canopy and scorched foliage that can leave plants susceptible to pests. Help your landscape beat the drought with these tips from Atlanta arborist Kyle Mack of Arborguard Tree Specialists, a Davey company. 

To read Kyle’s advice, click here.  

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