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Hazards of DIY Tree Removal

Hazards of DIY Tree Removal

DIY tree removal is a job best left to qualified professionals. When done without the proper tools and expertise, removing a tree yourself can wind up being unsafe, unattractive, and expensive. Here’s why DIY tree removal is an unsafe endeavor. Read more

Deep root fertilization is a process of injecting fertilizer deep into the soil to prolong your tree's life, reduces stress, and provides preventative care. Learn more about deep root fertilizing and its various benefits here. Read more

When done properly, pruning maintains the look and health of your trees. There’s some false information out there about tree pruning, and believing the wrong thing can be detrimental to a tree. Here’s a list of four myths about tree pruning. Read more

Tree Disease Spotlight: Black Knot

Tree Disease Spotlight: Black Knot

Black knot is a fungal tree disease that mostly affects plum and cherry tree species. A black knot infection is worst during spring when the wind carries spores to nearby trees, killing them. Learn how to control this disease and prevent its spread. Read more

How to Save Money on Tree Removal

How to Save Money on Tree Removal

Tree removal can be pricey, especially if the tree is large or located in an unsafe location. But there are ways to get your final costs down if you’re willing to do a bit of legwork and investigation. Here’s how to save money when removing a tree. Read more

Soil Care Equals Healthy Tree Growth

Soil Care Equals Healthy Tree Growth

A tree is as healthy as the soil in which it grows. There are a number of factors that contribute to healthy soil, so routine maintenance and testing are vital to its health, as well as the health of your trees. Learn more here. Read more