Cedar Tree Turning Brown?

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If your cedar trees are turning brown, it may be part of a harmless annual cycle or it could unfortunately mean the trees are dying. Try watering and using a little extra fertilizer, but you may need to cut away the worst parts if it doesn't improve.
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You can expect some needles to turn brown and drop in spring or fall. This is somewhat normal during this time of year. You may also notice some dead needles on the cedar tree. Cedars
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There is a good chance that it has winter burn. This past winter was very harsh and many evergreens are showing damage. Too be sure it is not being bothered by an insect pest, clip
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check the base of the plant to see if rodents are eating the bark. chances are that this symptom is caused by a physical damage to the plant.
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