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This time of year an inspection of all parts of the tree by a Certified Arborist is a good way to determine if there are any structural concerns that may predispose a tree to failure.

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This time of year an inspection of all parts of the tree by a Certified Arborist is a good way to determine if there are any structural concerns that may predispose a tree to failure.

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Hot, dry weather impacts trees and shrubs in both the short and long-term. We recommend five important practices to help plants recover from a lack of water.

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A long-lasting herbicide product may sound good, but there are dangers in applying some of these products to eliminate weeds.

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Aphids are common sucking insects that feed on plant juices, causing discoloration and damage.

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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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Wood-boring insects are some of the most destructive pests of trees and shrubs.

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During the extreme weather and high winds of winter, cabling can help reduce the risk of falling branches and tree failure.

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Tree topping aims to reduce a tree’s height, but unfortunately results in more harm than good.

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Winter landscapes can be just as beautiful as those in spring and summer.

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Mulching around your trees and shrubs is one of the best treatments you can provide to improve tree health.

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