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How Trees Avoid Freeze Damage

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Trees can't come in from the cold. Tree cells in the cambium layer (just under the bark) have a unique way of avoiding freeze damage. If ice crystals get into the cambium, the cells begin to shrink READ MORE

Recommended Methods of Frost Protection

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information on important aspects of frost protection methods without complicated equations or concepts. © FAO, 2012 READ MORE

Frost Damage

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What's With the Trees? Frost damage If you live in parts of the Catskills, southern Adirondacks or eastern Finger Lakes, you might be wondering why you're seeing damaged trees in your area. The Ne READ MORE

Take it Easy With Trees Damaged by Spring Freeze

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By Laura Pottorff, Colorado State University Cooperative Extension agent, horticulture and plant pathology "Why is my cottonwood tree losing its leaves in June?" "My lilac's leaves have dark irr READ MORE

Spring Frost Damage to Trees

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Note to media editors: Additional photos are available with this story. Check out the release titled Freeze Damage to Landscape Plants also posted on The ISU Extension Web site on 5/4/05. 5/4 READ MORE

Ice and Freeze Damage to Ornamental and Fruit Trees: Implications and Remediatio...

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Chris Starbuck and Michele Warmund Division of Plant Sciences Landscape and forest plants in the Midwest sustained extensive damage in 2007 from several storms of historic proportion. The purpose o READ MORE
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