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Leaf Spot Diseases: What You Need To Know

Leaf Spot Diseases: What You Need To Know

Written by Jackie Rhoades and published on https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/. We talk a lot about how to spot tree risk in the form of tree location or position, but when it comes to spotting tree diseases, you need to take a closer look. Leaf spot diseases are one of...

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The Benefits of Stump Grinding

The Benefits of Stump Grinding

Written by Florence, Boone and published on https://nearsay.com/. Choosing to remove the stump of a removed tree can benefit the property in multiple ways besides the lack of them being aesthetically pleasing.  Stumps left to decay for decades on a landscaped property...

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The Do’s and Don’ts of DIY Tree Care

The Do’s and Don’ts of DIY Tree Care

Written by Laura Firszt and published on https://www.networx.com/. A pole saw can come in handy for easy to reach limbs that need a quick trim, but knowing where to draw the line on DIY tree work can be a bit more complicated. We want you and your trees healthy and...

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Protect Your Trees Against Winter Weather

Protect Your Trees Against Winter Weather

Written by Canopy Admin and published on https://canopy.org/. As the weather gets colder, it is the time of year to be aware of major snow events and understand the impact that these storms can have on your trees. The buildup of snow, and precipitation that turns to...

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How Much Does Tree Care Cost

How Much Does Tree Care Cost

Written by Rob Schneider and published on https://hipages.com.au/. Hiring a professional to trim just one tree can cost $80 to $1,000+, with $250 to $500 being the typical price range for tree trimming. If the trimming is straightforward, you could be quoted $80 for a...

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How Do They Trim Really Tall Trees?

How Do They Trim Really Tall Trees?

Written by Todays Homeowner and published on https://todayshomeowner.com/. Tall trees are magnificent structures that provide ample shade, as well as a large habitat for many varieties of animals. Like all trees, tall trees must be trimmed and pruned occasionally to...

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What soil is right for my new tree?

What soil is right for my new tree?

Written by Urnabios Admin and published on https://urnabios.com/. Proper planting is essential for healthy, vigorous growth of ornamental plants in the landscape. It assures rapid plant establishment by providing a favorable environment for the developing root system....

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How Much Do I Have To Water My New Tree?

How Much Do I Have To Water My New Tree?

Written by L Peter Macdonagh and published on https://www.deeproot.com/. When you plant new trees in your yard, it very important to give the young trees excellent cultural care. Watering a newly transplanted tree is one of the most important tasks. But gardeners have...

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