Asked November 1, 2017, 3:28 PM EDT

This brown stuff is taking over these pyramids... what to do? Do you have a list of arborist? Jim Chaney Fort Thomas

Campbell County Kentucky

1 Response

dieback from evergreens could be caused by a number of reasons: environmental, disease, mechanical, insects or a combination of. i would be happy to arrange a site visit to take a closer look or you are welcome to drop of a foliar sample of at least 7-10" long.