Quick Tip #2: Dying Junipers
If your junipers are dying from the inside out, you may have spider mites. In some cases, the browning may go from the bottom to the top. Shake the foliage closest to the brown area over a white piece of paper. The spider mites could be too small to see, so lightly brush your finger over the spots on the paper. If you see red streaks, that is spider mite blood and you know you have spider mites. A bad spider mite infestation will require the use of a miticide to completely control. Visit Tree & Shrub Care Quick Tips for more Shrub tips like this!