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Christmas trees feeling winter burn

Scottsville, N.Y. -- Winter may have just ended, but the unusually long and cold winter had an impact on Christmas tree growth.

Some conifers at Stokoe Farms are showing the winter burn, but the impacted trees should not impact customers.

"Trees that are for sale this coming season are not impacted at all, and it's still a little early for us to know how much damage has been done," said Suzanne Stokoe. "As long as the buds on the trees haven't been frozen, they will grow out of it."

The most obvious sign of winter injury is browning needles.

 
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