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Old 01-26-2015, 06:50 AM
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We have noticed a very large number of dead pine trees, throughout TV, some around ponds, others on courses and public landscaping areas. What gives? Is there a disease, bug infestation specific to pines? When will these long dead trees be removed/replaced?




It could be any number of ailments that strike southern pine trees.
Here's one link I found.......


Pitch Canker on Southern Yellow Pines
Pitch Canker on southern Yellow Pines in central Fl.


We all hate to see beautiful trees come to the end of their life cycle, but one never knows what diseases can strike or spread........


Do you know the name of these pines? The variety?
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I too have been concerned about the dead trees in our otherwise beautiful landscape. Hope someone gets some definitive info about the problem and more importantly the possible treatments.
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Please address the topic and not each other. OP asked a reasonable question, soliciting opinions from other members, just what this forum is about. We expect replies to be civil and respectful.

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this is what happens when one undesirable can derail a querry/thread that others are interested in and genuinely trying to help.

Just ignore the one and participate with the sincere majority!
My guess is that there are many " Posting Drop-Outs " who have felt driven off by " toneality " . Further too many are subject to criticism of their " topic " by self-appointed censors .

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The observations of the OP caused me to break my silence and " chime-in " .
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Since the title sounds a bit ominous because of "throughout" the community, I'm going to say again that the "dead-looking" trees bordering the retention pond, on the left of O'Dell westbound between Canal and Alandari, look exactly like the ones pictured of bald cypress trees in winter, as linked in posts 9 and 14.

And this type of cypress tree is recommended for standing water or bordering retention ponds etc. that will fill and overflow for awhile.
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Not cypress, but very dead pine trees
Pine beetles will kill pines if they are infested in the trees. Will have small holes all over the trunk if beetles.
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