We have four Scotch Pines at the front of our house which about 20 years old. One has many brown needles and today I just noticed a patch of very bright yellow fungus at the base. I have also noticed some other "sick" looking pines in the neighborhood. What should we do?

The brown needles are likely caused by Diplodia Tip Blight. It can be treated, but is somewhat costly and perpetual. As for the fungus, we would need to take a look first-hand for a true assessment. Click here to schedule an appointment.

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