Drought killing Christmas trees
MASON, Mich. – A mid-Michigan farm reports the drought is responsible for killing many newly-planted Christmas trees.
Mel Koelling has been growing Christmas trees at Tannenbaum Farms in the Mason area for about 35 years. He tells WILX-TV (http://bit.ly/RiQio8 ) that older trees typically are more drought-resistant and are doing OK. But he says he's lost about 4,000 of the roughly 10,000 new Christmas trees.
Similar problems have been reported in Wisconsin.
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