We have 4 large Maple trees in our yard, that are over 25 years old. One of the trees has severe...
bark peeling from the ground to about 3 feet up the trunk. What could be causing this and will this make the tree unsafe? It sits right next to our house and wouldn't want it to blow over during a storm. Thanks for your help.
It sounds like some kind of pest. I would bring in a tree expert to look at it--but don't wait too long. My friends ignored their 40 foot pepper tree and it fell one day and crushed half their house.
It sounds like: Verticillium Wilt. Put that into google, there will be zillions of results. If it is, it's curtains for your maples, and any of the other susceptible plants, and there are many, you'll need to find immune stock.
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