Occasionally it’s necessary to remove a few limbs from your trees. First off, we would like to say that if you have tree limbs that are higher than you are able to reach, then we would strongly recommend you hire a tree professional to assist you when you remove these tree limbs. This is when you are not able to reach tree limbs safely or comfortably without risking injury to yourself.
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Bleeding canker is a disease that affects horse chestnut trees (Aesculus hippocastanum). It was first reported in Britain in the 1970s, although it was recognised in the USA much earlier in the 1930s. Pre-2000, symptoms of the disease were associated with two Phytophthorapathogens. Continue reading Bleeding Canker of Horse Chestnut
As droughts continue to plague many areas of the country, homeowners are wondering: What can be done to keep trees healthy during unusual dry spells?
Do trees reside on your property? Are you worried your trees may unnecessarily suffer during the summer months when rain may not fall for weeks on end?
Continue reading Four Steps to Eliminating Drought Stress for Trees