Autumn yellowing of conifer needles a normal process

By Ryan Lockwood
Special to The SUN
Although thousands of evergreen trees in the foothills of southwest Colorado are beginning to display dying yellow or orange needles, most are simply going through a natural shedding process — and are not infested by bark beetles or tree disease.

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This story was posted on October 5, 2017.