Heavy Snow on Trees

 
  From the Nov 1, 2017 Broadcast of Call of the Land
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 Heavy snow in early fall or late spring can greatly affect trees and shrubs. Toso Bozic, bioenergy/agroforestry specialist with Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, says while most trees are well adapted to winter conditions, having a sudden heavy snow can be devastating.

Interview with Toso Bozic (2:47 minutes) (1.27 Mb)

Bozic says overall trees and shrubs are adapted to winter conditions and in some cases of heavy wet snow all that is required is to monitor the situation. For more information, give Toso Bozic a call at 780-415-2681.

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