Can I trim a street tree?
Sep 10, - Gulfport, MS. damaged tree from Hurricane Katrina. Hurricane Cuts Compromise Palm Tree Structure in High Winds! Doug Caldwell, University of Florida Extension, Collier County Commercial Landscape Horticulture There are plenty of beat up palm trees following Wilma’s to MPH winds on October On top of that, there appears to be certain streets that not only got the surprise backside windsFile Size: KB.
Hurricane cutting does not work, and people just up damaging their palm trees. Over-pruning palms reduce the ability of the tree to produce food.
By getting rid of the fronds, you will also be depriving your palm tree of the valuable food it needs. Palm trees take long to develop to full trees Missing: Gulfport MS.
Oct 09, Trimming weak or diseased trees before hurricane season is a good idea to prevent large trees from causing harm to buildings or people -- but only Estimated Reading Time: 1 min. Jul 01, Now that hurricane season is here, many have asked about hurricane trimming palm trees. Here are some reasons you shouldn't cut your palms.
Maybe God is teaching them a lesson, thats what my daughter said earlier today.
Skip to contentFacebook page opens in new window Twitter page opens in new window. REQUEST AN Missing: Gulfport MS. Mar 27, BILOXI, MS (WLOX) - A famous Biloxi palm tree that survived Hurricane Katrina, even while the house around it washed away, is now gone thanks.