Why Are My Evergreen Bushes Turning Brown?

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Evergreen bushes turning brown could be a sign of disease. Discoloration of evergreen bushes are commonly caused by environmental conditions. Other reasons for this could be: frost, herbicides, winter cold, drought, salt, pruning, nutrient deficiencies, pollution, and even animals.
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The excess or lack of water in the root zone causes damage to roots thereby reducing oxygen, nutrient and water flow in the plant. Poorly growing roots also make the plant prone to
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It turning brown because it's dying. Cut back on watering. Anything that's planted in the ground will get most of it's water from the ground. Should only be watered during droughts.
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If an evergreen is turning brown it may be from winter damage, lack of water or
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Plants usually being to turn brown and die when they are not receiving enough water. Your grass probably needs to be watered or needs a good rain in order to be happy and healthy
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