Dying Oak Trees
Oak trees are one of the most beloved trees in the world, but when certain weather conditions are present, it may severely affect an oak tree’s health. Over the years, Virginia’s oak tree population has gradually declined due to excessive wet weather, dry seasons, predisposing factors, and overall stress. If you are experiencing any of the signs below, call our professional tree removal team to remove your dying oak trees before they become a major hazard to you and your property.
Is your oak tree dying? Here are a few common signs:
- No new growth
- Dead top branches/dying from the top down
- Yellowing/browning under the bark
- Fungal growth
- Increased insects/animal habitation
Learn more about these dying oak tree signs or get in touch with our certified tree removal experts today!
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