Do You Leave Trees Thirsty During Winter?
Learn how to pick up signs of insufficient water in the soil during the cold months
Winter and snow goes hand in hand. Snow is frozen water. So, how come your trees may end up thirsty during winter. Well, depending on the particular winter, there may not be enough snow, or the soil may get dry too quickly.
Sub-zero temperatures causes water to evaporate. That may sound weird, but, as a reminder, the driest place on Earth is Antarctica.
To avoid insufficient watering for your trees, read the article below, and understand what to do to retain moisture in the soil as long as possible.
Learning these practices will keep your trees happy, and not entirely drained out by the end of the winter season.
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