3 Tree Diseases That Target Fir Trees – And How To Prevent Damage

Posted on: 16 November 2015

Fir trees have become a staple in holiday decorations but look as attractive in your yard as lit up inside the home. The distinctive green needs give a fir tree a voluminous look that can quickly fall aside if a tree disease takes hold. Keep your fir looking full and healthy with regular maintenance and checking for symptoms of tree diseases. Call in a tree services company for assistance when necessary.
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The Essentials You Will Need For Working With Timber After Having Tree Removal Done

Posted on: 12 November 2015

While you may have had a tree cut down, there is likely still some work that needs to be done. You may plan on doing some of the work yourself, such as cutting up firewood, making your own mulch or milling rough lumber. To do these tasks safely, you will want to have the right equipment. Here is some of the essential equipment you will need for dealing with your tree removal debris:
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Five Things You Should Know About Tree Removal

Posted on: 10 November 2015

As a homeowner with trees on your property, you must know when it is important to hire professionals for tree removal. Tree removal is important to ensuring that property is kept safe, as well as anyone who is near any tree that has the potential of falling easily. Here are five things that you should know about tree removal: No Tree is Safe: Even if you take care of your tree as best you can, it can be difficult to prevent disease that has spread from other trees in the area and more.
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3 Potential Tree Disease That Affect Cottonwood Trees

Posted on: 9 November 2015

Cottonwood trees are tall, broad trees that thrive in moist soil and are thus common in yards along rivers or streams. The bark is naturally grayish in color, and the leaves are triangular and green during summer before turning a bright yellow in the fall before shedding. Cottonwoods are a homey, beautiful tree for any yard. But keeping your yard beautiful requires you to keep an eye on your cottonwoods for signs of disease and act accordingly to protect other trees in your yard from spreading diseases.
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