Prepare trees for winter now with some easy tips and tricks in the fall to get your trees off to a good start in the spring.
Many tree issues are relatively easy to diagnose, but, when it comes to diagnosing issues below ground, where the roots are located, it becomes a bit tricky.
Trees provide us many benefits, but when they fail, they can be a liability. Be sure to inspect and maintain the trees on your property for the safety of yourself and others.
Tree pruning causes wounds to the tree and a fast recovery is critical to reduce the opportunity for diseases. Tree wound dressing has been used for decades and can cause serious challenges in the wound recovery process.
People with lawn equipment can accidentally damage a tree, especially young trees which can cause the tree to die.
Avoid injury from falling ash limbs by promptly removing dead and dying ash trees. Don’t do it yourself! Hire a professional to safely remove your brittle trees.
This looks to be shaping up as a tough winter for us and our trees could be damaged, be prepared with these winter tree tips
Tree in the built environment often need supplemental nutrition to improve growth and resist pests. Fall fertilization can help trees get off to a healthy start next growing season.
Tree inspections are important for every tree owner to protect people and property and reduce liability.
Should I stake my tree after planting it? The answer is “no” for most situations, however, there are circumstances which require some support for a newly-planted tree to get it off to a good start.