Just like a toddler’s tender skin, the bark of young trees hasn’t had time to toughen up. Colorado’s winter weather is particularly hard on immature trees with its extreme fluctuations in temperature and moisture.
By Paul Donovan | November 24, 2015 0
Once trees go dormant in late fall most people assume the tree is shut down for the year. This is not true.
Iron chlorosis is the yellowing of the leaf tissue caused by an iron deficiency. In most cases, the veins in the leaf remain green. In more severe cases, the whole leaf will turn yellow.