Pine Tree With Brown Needles?
Browning needles on your pine tree are generally indicative of a problem you need to identify in order to save your tree. This is a page about a pine tree with brown needles.
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The needles on our pine and spruce trees are turning brown. How do we identify the problem, and treat it?
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October 6, 20170 found this helpful
I can easily see why you are concerned as that is a lot of browned area.
- You do not say where you are located or what USDA zone but apparently you have not seen this type of browning in the past (unless this is a new area to you) so some of this may be a little normal.
- I believe the only way to find an answer quickly would be to call your area agriculture agency or one of your area's master gardeners.
- They will be very familiar with any diseases in your area and can give you answers immediately.
- You can Google Agriculture agency with your zip or master gardener with your zip and you should get addresses and phone numbers.
- Here is a link if you wish to use it.
I would do this as soon as you can just in case it is something that needs attention now.
I have a very full beautiful pine tree in my garden, this year some of the branches in one area, the needles look orange/brown (like there is a bug infested and killing it?). Does anyone know what I can do to help save this tree?
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