Larry Williams, UF/IFAS Extension Agent for Okaloosa County, offers lawn and garden advice specific to Northwest Florida.
689-5850 or 729-1400, Ext. 5850
Itís not uncommon to see a tree suddenly die during this time of year.
Tree research conducted about thirty years ago showed that at least fifty percent of a treeís root system would be nonfunctioning or dead before the tree exhibited aboveground evidence that it had a problem. This generally means that by the time a person notices the problem itís too late.
When you see a tree that appears to suddenly die, you are usually dealing with a tree that has had problems