Hi... I live in Chaparral, NM (between El Paso TX and Las Cruses NM. I planted several Arizona Cypress in 1980 as a windbreak. Here lately a few of them in the front of the line are dying. I've lost two already and am about to loose two more. They slowly loose their leaves/needles till they are bare and dead. I've noticed that a lot of other people in my area are having the same problem. We had an exceptionally warm winter last year. Could this be what is causing it or is it mite or what? Thanks for any input.
i can not tell with out seeing the trees if you had pics that would help out alot
A good diagnosis for this kind of thing is best done on site. Photos might help, but there may be hidden problems that only an inspection will show. I suggest you contact an arborist near you. Here are two places where you can look for arborists.
American Society of Consulting Arborists
International Society of Arboriculture
Good luck with your trees.
Russ Carlson, RCA, BCMA
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