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Please tell me my Maple isn't history...

Posted by md0077 CT (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 26, 12 at 13:44

My 20 year old Norway Maple (I think) is changing colors very early. The last few years it has done this on a few branches. It is much worse this year. I have another Maple in the yard that looks fine. Any ideas on what's going on?


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RE: Please tell me my Maple isn't history...

Here's a pic


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RE: Please tell me my Maple isn't history...

It's called heat and drought :-) Some trees react more severely than others.

Unless that color change is also accompanied by dry, crisp foliage (can't see at that distance), I'm not sure you have a lot to wrry about. If the drought persists, a few deep waterings should help.


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RE: Please tell me my Maple isn't history...

Thank you! That is the answer I was hoping for. The leaves do not look dry and crisp and they are not falling. Thanks for responding.


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