Posted by: Sandy Steinman | November 26, 2021

Across the Mid-Atlantic, giant oak trees are dying | National

The Guam  Post had an article from the Washington Post that reports

Oak trees are dying across the Mid-Atlantic region, crippled by extreme weather, old age, construction and development, then finally succumbing to disease and pests. Experts say the oak decline was triggered by the year of record rainfall that waterlogged the Washington region from 2018 to 2019, immediately followed by a flash drought in the hot, dry summer of 2019.

Read more at Across the Mid-Atlantic, giant oak trees are dying | National | postguam.com


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