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Girdling roots circle a portion or all of a tree's trunk and limit that tree's ability to obtain water and nutrients.

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Girdling roots circle a portion or all of a tree's trunk and limit that tree's ability to obtain water and nutrients.

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Soil lacking in iron adversely impacts tree health. A common symptom is yellowing between the veins of leaves.

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Defoliating insects like caterpillars can have a serious impact on the health of your trees and shrubs.

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Structural defects result in a weaker tree structure, more prone to breakage and failure. Pruning can help trees develop a stable form.

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Plants that retain their foliage during the winter require special attention to help protect against storm damage and desiccation.

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Trees with certain structural problems are more likely to fail, even under normal weather conditions.

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Compacted soil can seriously impact a tree’s ability to obtain the water and nutrients it needs. Root Invigoration effectively addresses this issue.

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Trees with codominant stems are more likely to fail than those with a single stem. Pruning or structural support systems can improve the strength of trees.

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Mulching is a great practice to keep trees healthy. It eliminates competition between tree roots and turf as well as conserving soil moisture and moderating soil temperature.

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When using mowers, tractors and trimmers, it’s common to bump or bang a tree or shrub. This can actually injure the plant and leave it vulnerable to insect and disease infestations.

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