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Are the trees in my yard dying from the drought?
Many hardwood trees appear to be dead or dying, however some of these trees may be experiencing early dormancy or shedding individual branches to conserve their own resources - especially in the Elm tree, Texas Red Oaks and Water Oak trees. Dormancy or shedding is a natural method in which trees protect themselves to ensure their survivability.

Parks and Recreation - Drought Information

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1. Are the trees in my yard dying from the drought?
2. How can I tell if my trees are simply dormant, and not dead?
3. Should I report a tree that appears to be dead?
4. Should I water my trees?
5. When should I water?
6. How do I water my yard trees during this severe drought?
7. What if I have in-ground, pop-up automatic sprinklers?
8. What should I not do in a drought?
9. Where can I get more information about the care of my tree?
10. Has the drought caused the water in my neighborhood pond to have an odor?
11. Is anything being done about the community ponds?
12. How can I keep wild animals from looking for water on my property?
13. When are we able to use our barbecue grills outside?

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