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 Browning of interior needles of Green Giant and Emerald Green arborvitae.    The older, inner leaves (needles) of evergreens (such as Green Giant and Emerald Green arborvitae) may turn yellow or brown and drop in late summer and fall. This is usually due to a natural aging phenomenon similar to the dropping of leaves of deciduous trees. If the previous growing season has been favorable for growth with moderate temperatures and good soil moisture, the shedding will occur over a relatively long period through the fall and not be as noticeable. Under adverse cultural conditions, and with newly planted evergreens, this natural leaf drop may occur within a few days or a week. The annual shedding will not be as noticeable on older evergreens with denser foliage.

 

NOTE: If you are able to attach photographs that clearly show the problem, we may be able to skip the site visit and schedule a fix-up or replacement more quickly. See instructions below to attach photos.

If you are unable to supply us with photographs of the problem and an onsite inspection is required please allow 10-14 working days for our representative to visit. No appointment to meet our inspector is required. However, if you prefer to meet our Customer Service representative please indicate that in the notes below and we will call to schedule a day and time. Be aware that we group service visits by area so scheduling an appointment may result in a delay in inspecting the problem.

Fastest results are achieved by attaching digital pictures to your request! Clicking on the link below will direct you to Outlook or other email server. Follow directions to attach photo(s). Photos taken with digital cameras will usually show adequate detail for us to be able to evaluate problems immediately.

Please send pictures to: daver@meadowsfarms.com

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