WINTER STORM URI — THE EFFECTS IT HAD ON NORTH TEXAS TREES

  • Likewise, longleaf, slice, and pine species are usually impacted by winter storms, while shortleaf pines and loblolly are ordinarily more versatile.
  • Branch and twig dieback on debris trees regularly see the absolute most delayed recuperation time frames after an extreme cool, requiring a while to grow new leaves.

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