4 Things to Do for Your Trees in Winter to Prevent Summer Storm Problems

Posted on: 19 January 2017

Winter may not seem like a time to worry about summer thunderstorms and high winds, but when it comes to your trees, winter is the best time to address these concerns. This is because winter is the prime time to prune and do some basic maintenance on most trees. What you do now could save you major damage when the clouds roll in later. #1: Remove weak wood In most storms, the first branches to come down will be those that are already damaged or weak.
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5 Things You Need To Know About Pruning Fruit Trees

Posted on: 9 January 2017

If you're like many modern homeowners, you're interested in growing some of your own fruits and vegetables in your outdoor living space rather than having a purely ornamental lawn and garden area. Fruit trees used to be a common sight in city, suburban, and rural backyards, and although they disappeared from view for several decades, they've regained popularity in all parts of the country. However, backyard fruit tree care isn't the kind of common knowledge it was back in the day when they were in almost every yard, and today's homeowners sometimes struggle with keeping fruit trees healthy and sound.
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3 Common Tree Care Myths To Be Aware Of

Posted on: 30 November 2016

There is a lot of erroneous information floating around where tree care is concerned. While much of this information is relatively harmless; other things may end up causing a lot of damage to a tree. If you would like to improve your knowledge about how to best care for your trees, read on. This article will expose three blatantly incorrect myths. You should always stake a young tree. It is certainly true that young trees are more fragile and vulnerable than mature trees.
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Q&A: Stump Grinding

Posted on: 10 November 2016

Stump grinding is the industry standard when it comes to professional stump removal, and for good reason. It's a relatively safe, quick, and effective way to get rid of an unsightly stump so that you can begin to recover your yard. If you still have questions about the procedure, the following can help answer them while alleviating any concerns you have about the process. Is there a size limit for stump grinding?
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