What Can Kill Your Tree Other Than The Weather

Posted on: 11 February 2021

While weather conditions are to blame for many downed trees, they're not the only thing that can kill a tree. And many trees that fall in a storm may have been damaged or even killed by something else beforehand. Here are some of the things that can kill your tree other than the weather. 1. Accidental injury Accidental injury can come from a multitude of sources. You could accidentally injure your tree by mowing around it.
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Controlling The Ticks In Your Yard: What You Should Do

Posted on: 26 January 2021

Ticks can become a major problem. Ticks can carry Lyme disease, which can affect animals and humans alike. Ticks usually are found in trees and tall grass, although they can also be on wooden structures as well. If you have ticks in your yard, there are a number of things you can do to help get rid of them. Read on for a few tips to help you get rid of ticks in your yard.
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How To Minimize Damage If You Have To Trim Trees In Wet Weather

Posted on: 13 January 2021

In a perfect world, you would not trim a tree when it's wet outside. Moisture increases the risk of disease spread, being that most tree diseases are caused by moisture-loving bacteria and fungi. There is also more risk of the trimmers slipping and making jagged cuts, which can be hard for the tree to heal. But sometimes situations are not ideal. Maybe your schedule is tight, or perhaps you're leaving town in a few days—and your only option is to trim the tree in wet weather.
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3 Reasons Your Trees Will Benefit From Winter Trimming

Posted on: 29 December 2020

When you own a commercial property, you have to keep up with tree care so the trees stay attractive and so they don't pose a danger to the public. Tree trimming can be done any time of the year, but winter is an especially good time. Here are three reasons your trees will benefit from winter tree trimming.  1. Damaged Growth Can Be Seen And Removed When a tree is full of leaves, it's often difficult to assess the condition of the branches.
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