Salt Can Affect Plant Material Growing Near Roads,
Driveways, and Sidewalks Posted January 12, 2016
While salt assists us in allowing for safe winter travel
both by driving and walking, it can cause problems on nearby plant material.
Salt injury on plant material can be determined if the severity of the problem
is more severe close to sidewalks, driveways, or roads. If you suspect
that your plant material has been inured due to salt or salt spray, you may
want to consider one or more of the following salt injury prevention tips:
For more salt injury symptoms and prevention tips as well as
a list of salt-tolerant landscape plants, see UW-Extension publication #A3877,
Winter Salt Injury and Salt Tolerant Landscape Plants. This publication can be
downloaded from the UW-Extension Publications website at http://learningstore.uwex.edu/
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