Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resource Management > FWNRM Blog > Posts > Why are my trees dying? – An investigation through pictures

Last week I made a landowner visit to look at some dying loblolly pine.  According to the landowner the trees were dying daily.  A few had turned brown, and so they were cut.  Then about two days later, more turned brown in another spot, and still more were not looking so good.  The images here show what the area looked like when I arrived.  Why were these trees dying?  What do you think is happening? Look for more posts over the next few days as we go through what was causing the death of these trees and what, if anything, could have been done to possibly prevent it. 



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