We have two silver maple trees in our front yard. Last week when the tide was extremely high, we had salt water covering much of the base of the trees. We have been gone for several days and came home to find most of the leaves from one tree on the ground and many from the other. Could the salt water during the high spring tide have impacted the trees?

It is possible that the salt could cause the problem. It would be best if you make an appointment for an arborist to stop at your residence to determine if there were any other plants effected in the area.

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