Sunscald Injury or Southwest Injury on Deciduous Trees
This fact sheet discusses sunscald, a significant problem that causes wounding on the trunk of many thin-barked trees in cold winter climates. It includes discussion of why it happens and describes how you can reduce or prevent its occurrence.
Wagner, K. and M.R. Kuhns. 2011. Sunscald injury or southwest injury on deciduous trees. Utah State Univ. Extension Forest Facts, NR/FF/021 (pr). 4 pp.
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