Mild winter can damage trees in North Dakota, expert says

02/5/2012 | Bismarck Tribune (N.D.), The

The mild weather in winter can be harmful to trees in North Dakota since this can lead them to bloom early and cause their blossoms to die out once a cold snap occurs, said Ron Smith, an extension horticulturalist at North Dakota State University. Shade trees can withstand sudden changes in the weather, but those that were submerged in water during the summer flooding of Missouri River might be susceptible to disease and insects, Smith added.

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