3 Tree Care Services For The Autumn Months

Posted on: 14 July 2020

When you think of tree care, you probably think of spring. After all, most pruning and spraying should be done before the tree has a chance to form buds in the early spring months. But fall is also a season that calls for tree care. Whether you perform these services yourself or hire a tree care service to perform them, make sure you check them off the list before autumn turns to winter.
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The Four Seasons Of Spraying Apple Trees

Posted on: 7 July 2020

Apples are delicious, but they are more work to grow than most people realize. Apple trees are susceptible to a large number of pests, bacterial diseases, and fungal diseases. The best way to keep all of these problems from plaguing your apple trees is to spray the trees regularly. And for apple trees, "regularly" means spraying in a four-seasons way. Here's a look at the four seasons of apple tree development and the type of spraying you should aim to do each season — assuming you want an abundant apple crop.
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Update An Older Property By Hiring Professionals For Tree Services

Posted on: 17 June 2020

After buying an older property, you may have put a lot of thought into what's involved in getting it to look exactly how you like. If you've been frustrated mainly by the trees being in rough shape, there are lots of steps you can take to make sure that the trees are cleaned up and that you're able to make sure that there's a big improvement in the way the trees look on your property.
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How To Protect Your Tree From Fungal Diseases When Pruning

Posted on: 10 June 2020

Pruning is, by and large, good for your tree. By removing dead branches, you allow the tree to better focus its resources on the remaining healthy branches. Trimming also keeps the tree a nice, attractive shape, which can make your whole yard look better. But there is one thing you need to keep in mind when trimming trees, and that's the risk of fungal disease. The open wounds left when you prune are the perfect spot for infectious fungi to invade.
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