Ten years ago, when I was working on my PhD at Colorado State University, I visited the Rocky Mountain National Park. Dying trees everywhere! About half of the forest appeared dead. The question was “Why?”. It has been blamed on pine bark beetles proliferating due to warmer than usual winters. My thought at the time, which I shared with a fellow graduate student who was focusing on the problem, was that it may have something to do with the enormous rise in the use of electromagnetic frequencies.
Ohia and other trees are dying here in Hawaii forests. This is blamed on a fungal disease. The disease condition is termed “Rapid Ohia Death”. Could it be more than just a fungus?
The scenario repeats itself around the world, with forests, fruit trees, nut trees, vineyards, and trees in parks. What has changed in the environment? We’ve had extremes of weather throughout millennia. Why can’t the trees cope with this?
This video gives some insight into what has changed: CLICK HERE for VIDEO
Fortunately, trees given extra TLC (tender loving care) do respond well. Trees that have the nutrients they need have a much greater coping ability. Do you have a tree that needs some TLC? Think about having its soil tested with a comprehensive soil analysis, and giving it the specific types and amounts of nutrients it needs. You can also help it bounce back quickly with foliar nutrient sprays that are customized for your ailing tree by using a leaf tissue analysis. Well nourished, healthy trees do not succumb to insects and diseases.
Trees are critical to life as we know it. Time to make some changes!
Best, Dr. Jana