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Trees in Times of Drought

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Published on Jul 18, 2012

Despite having deeper, moisture-reaching roots than agricultural crops, trees are not immune to this summer's persistent drought. Purdue urban forestry specialist Lindsey Purcell discusses the state of Indiana's drought-stressed trees, and offers tips on what homeowners can do to help protect trees now and in the future.

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