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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2 Reasons To Hire A Service To Care For Your Trees

Posted on: 24 August 2016

One of the best resources at your disposal when it comes to trying to keep your trees and property in good condition is a tree service, mostly because of the many ways in which they can assist you. Listed below are two of the many reasons to consider hiring a service to care for and maintain your trees. Disease and Infestation Treatment One of the most important services that a tree service can perform is to diagnose and potentially treat various diseases and infestations that may affect your trees.
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Property Look Bare? Plant Some Low-Maintenance Trees

Posted on: 18 May 2016

If your property is bare, one of the best ways to help with this is by planting trees. Once a tree is planted, it can last for decades. Because of this, you need to be careful in the type of trees you choose. Below are three good choices of low-maintenance trees you may prefer. Amur Maple The Amur maple tree comes from the Acer ginnala family and has dark green leaves that change to a beautiful red color in the fall.
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Why Isn't Your Apple Tree Producing A Lot Of Apples?

Posted on: 5 April 2016

If you have an apple tree in your backyard, then you probably look forward to a delicious harvest of apples each year. But what if your apple tree is only producing a few apples? What's causing this low production, and what can you do about it? Here's a look at a few possibilities. Your apple tree does not have a good pollinating partner. Most apple trees are not self-pollinating. This means that they need another apple tree, of a different variety, nearby to pollinate them.
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