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September 27, 2013 3:28 PM

How to diagnose, treat damage to trees

We dodged one bullet with all the rain that followed all the drought this summer: Most trees did not succumb to root rot, Jason Griffin of the John C. Pair Horticultural Center said. The subsoil was so dried out from the drought that it was able to accept the heavy rain that fell during the summer.

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