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A tree that looks like this — brown or dying foliage or branches — is suffering from something. Causes can range from bad insects or disease to water problems. Ask your nursery professional today — don’t wait. (Watters Garden Center/Courtesy)

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You’ve done your homework by assessing your yard and using appropriate information to choose just the right trees for your landscape. You’ve had professionals plant them in the proper way, and have worked hard to water, prune, and fertilize each one. However, just like the gardeners who care for them, trees can become sick. Following are some things to look for when assessing whether or not a tree is healthy:

By KEN LAIN, Special to the Courier June 27, 2019
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