Yellowing Trees May Suffer From Iron Chlorosis
We're seeing a concerning number of trees around Lowry that may be suffering from Iron Chlorosis, as evidenced by leaves that are more yellow than green in color. There are ways to treat Chrlorosis, but it's a tricky problem; most require injections and treatments administered by professional tree care companies. Read the full article, reprinted with permission from the Colorado State University Extension.*
As you are pruning and replacing trees, please familiarize yourself with the LCMA's Tree Design Guidelines, Rules & Regulations. The LCMA has worked with the Denver Forestry Division to draft a list of prohibited and allowed tree species and planting guidelines.
*Thanks to Lowry resident, Heather Bays, for providing the source information.