The Muenster, Texas arborist has more than 30 years of experience in arboriculture and consults on tree projects and problems across the U.S.
He will conduct a walking tour during the Texas AgriLife extension's upcoming Saving Our Trees program.
David says he found some great examples of trees to demonstrate what signs the public can look for when determining if their trees are in bad shape from the drought.
"The tree will get stressed or weak then secondary insects, like borers, or secondary diseases like hypoxylon canker or some others will move in and finish off the tree," says Greg David, owner of TreeConsult in Muenster, TX.
David will provide much more information as well as if and how trees can be saved. The Saving Our Trees program is March 1st at River Bend Nature Center. Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. and the program, which is free to the public, begins at 9 a.m.
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