Step-By-Step Tree Removal

Posted on: 8 December 2015

If you have a dying or dead tree you want to remove, you may be able to take it down yourself. Larger trees should only be removed by a professional, but when it comes to smaller sized trees, removing them yourself is simple. Here are some steps to help you easily and safely take a tree down on your property. Before You Begin Before beginning the process of felling a tree, you need to look around and make sure there aren't any items in the way, like overhead wires, a fence, your garden, or a car.
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Have A Tree To Transplant? Make Sure The Move Doesn't Shock Its System

Posted on: 4 December 2015

When you purchase a tree, you have to move the tree from the place it has been calling home for a while to a new location. If not done properly, your new tree may experience shock when it is transplanted to its new location at your house. Here are a few tips to help you ensure that your new tree doesn't go through shock. Choose A Healthy Tree In order to reduce the risk of shock when a tree is transplanted, you need to make sure that you purchase the healthiest looking tree that you see at the nursery.
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Two Reasons Why It's So Important To Have Regular Tree Service

Posted on: 24 November 2015

Whether you have one tree on your property, or something that appears akin to a forest, there's no doubt that trees can help make your home look even better.  Depending upon the height of the trees, you may take a set of garden shears to them periodically in order to keep them nicely trimmed.  However, you may want to begin investing in professional tree service.  Learning more about the importance of having regular tree service can help you determine if you should contact one of these companies right away.
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Three Ways To Prevent Fungal Infections In Fruit Trees

Posted on: 17 November 2015

There are numerous fungal infections that can harm your fruit tree and your fruit crop. From brown rot, which leaves fruit rotten and inedible, to powdery mildew disease, which causes fuzzy patches on the fruit's skin, these diseases are quite undesirable. Thankfully, if you take the three following steps, you can greatly reduce your trees' risk of contracting one of these fungal infections. Prune your tree every spring. The denser your tree's branches, the longer it stays moist after a rain storm.
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