It’s a no brainer. In extreme heat like we have …

Comment on Tree death and the challenge of heatwaves by Karen.

It’s a no brainer. In extreme heat like we have just experienced all trees should be watered more regularly.
I live rural and have lost five trees but realised that maybe these trees were not suited to extreme long heat and we have not had a decent rain (where I live) since November last year.
So I find I’m watering more trees – future planting I will do better research. It’s sad to lose trees.

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Watch’n: I totally agree. Council needs to also take a serious look at how contractors are trimming trees below power lines. They are ugly and some large branches hang over roads. Would hate to see these come down on traffic

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