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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote We’ve seen a spate of falling saguaros all over the Phoenix area lately. Have they succumbed to the extended period of extreme heat we’ve seen this summer? Maybe. But a plant physiologist from the Desert Botanical Garden says something else could be going on. Video Rating: / 5

6 Comments

  • Ted Walker 2 weeks ago

    I have 4 saguaros on my property. Two of them have lost 2 arms this summer. Did not water them because I thought they have been here a long time because they are 30 ft. tall. They live in the dessert they have been through this before. I guess not. Two of them have holes around the bottom. They may fall over. I am afraid to go near them. My neighbor had one fall over this year and one last year. Also noticed termites on two of them two years ago. Strange.

  • Miss Kelly 2 weeks ago

    Aww that’s so sad. I love cactus

  • fox mulder 2 weeks ago

    Its not the heat is the cumulative effect of chemtrails and the drought caused by chemtrail spraying combined with pesticides like roundup etc.

  • Маркіян Дуцяк 2 weeks ago

    I think it's all because of 2020

  • Melissa Clark 2 weeks ago

    Well they only live a few hundred years. Some only growing 1.5 inches in 10 years..people need to protect there very long shallow roots. They grow as wide as they are tall.

  • Disiam Theillusion 2 weeks ago

    Whatever it is keep up the good work.arizona is the kneepit of america

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