Thursday, October 13, 2016

Are They Waiting For It To Cry Out In Pain?

They must be, because there are clues aplenty being ignored.

This blue spruce is 95% dead from Rhizosphaera Needle Cast.  They will call me when it is totally bare and tell me they don't want to lose this tree.

This maple was broken or topped, and the resulting top is attached weakly, with rot in the middle.  One fork has fallen.  The remaining tops are going to fall on the mobile home on the left, and the carport on the right.  There is also a car parked just out of the picture.

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