I have 2 Cedar trees that had a fungus and turned all brown from too much moisture. Since I had a tree service spray them they have green bunches growing back now but there are still a lot of large dead brown areas yet (more brown than green) should they be cut out? These trees are at least 15 feet tall so I would have to have a tree service trim the dead branches off. Should I have this done or just let them go?

I’d poke or dig some holes and feed them with some Tree-Tone, a slow release, organic food.  If you can remove the dead areas do so but there will be no harm if you don’t.  Hopefully new growth will cover those areas.

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