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winter damage to juniper!

pbr1893

LawnSite Member
Location
boone nc
we get a good amount of snow here in the mountains(60-70 inches)and the street crews are very liberal with salting and salt brine! they have these trucks with a spray pipe and do an app. to all the sidewalks. but, they tend to overspray and it has damaged a juniper bed. its browning at the tips. should i just apply some iron or give some other corrective attention? do any of you guys ever run into this problem in other heavy snow regions?:blob3:
thanks, pbr
 


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