Asked May 14, 2021, 8:27 AM EDT
Douglas County Minnesota
We don’t do site visits. If you have a good picture we may be able to help. A closeup of any problem areas would be good..bark, branches, leaves and overall tree.
Also check if there is a city forester in Alexandria. They may be able to help. There may also be a local Department of Natural Resources/DNR contact that may be able to help.
Here are some typical Burr Oak problems that you can look for:
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