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Watering trees, shrubs in the fall and winter is a balancing act

Posted on November 16, 2021

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University of Illinois Extension

After this year’s summer drought in Illinois, it is more important than ever to monitor soil moisture conditions and water trees and shrubs going into winter. Drought conditions in the late fall, along with dry air and low soil moisture, can lead to plant damage if no supplemental water is provided.

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