We are aware of tree decline as a result of geoengineering/aerosol spraying, but a new post on ElectricalPollution.com shows damage to trees that relates to cellular signal emissions from nearby towers. Of note is that RF meter readings can be taken at the tree location, on one side or another and at various heights, and these readings correspond with visible damage on the tree (dying leaves, bare branches). Click on the image below to see actual meter readings.
Excerpts from the article "Wireless Kills Trees":
The main features of damage from this source are:
- Trees are mainly affected on one side (showing side differences and unilateral damage) and can appear in any orientation. The damage only originates on one side.
- Damage appears without external indications that the tree is infested with insects, nematodes, fungi, bacteria or viruses.
- Damage appears on trees, which have previously grown well. Damage appears on once healthy trees within one or two years after Antennas were put into operation.
- Damage increases from the outside to the inner part of the crown over time.
- Trees of different species in the same location also show damage.
The article also makes clear that, in spite of all the "sustainability" blather we hear every day,
Contrary to industry representations, wireless technology is neither a sustainable nor environmentally-friendly technology because wireless connectivity uses far more energy than wired connectivity. According to Energy Consumption in Wired and Wireless Access Networks, "Wireless technologies will continue to consume at least 10 times more power than wired technologies ...
Read and see more here.