Question by  brian31 (30)

What are possible causes for red pine trees?


Answer by  user26 (176)

I believe the cause of red pine trees could be some sort of hybrid pollen slash algae being blown through the sea winds coating the needles of the trees and turning the needles red from an amount of zinc found in said new form of algae hybrid pollen on the pine trees.


Answer by  sasi (39)

Red pine, a top hundred commmon tree in north america,The Red Pine is the state tree of Minnesota. The leaves are needle-like, dark green, in fascicles of two, 12-18 cm long, and brittle Red Pine is self pruning; there tend not to be dead branches on the trees, and older trees may have very long lengt.


Answer by  LanDroid (75)

Lack of water is the primary cause for red pine trees. If you're attempting to cure this condition, it would be best to water on a daily basis unless of course it's raining. Another cause of this condition is spider mites. A fifty percent solution of water and isopropyl alchohol sprayed onto the tree may be the cure.


Answer by  Marybeth (841)

If your normally green pine tree is turning redish brown then it is not getting enough water. Make sure that you water your pine trees well into the fall so they can survive the winter months with minimal rain fall. Once the damage is done to a pine tree it is not reversible.

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