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A common disease that attacks many species, Phytophthora Root Rot can be managed through cultural practices and appropriately timed treatments.

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A common disease that attacks many species, Phytophthora Root Rot can be managed through cultural practices and appropriately timed treatments.

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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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As trees age, they become less able to adapt to major changes in their environment. Some simple practices can help our more mature friends lead a long life.

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

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Trees and shrubs can be damaged by freezing and thawing when there are very cold nights followed by warmer sunny days. As temperatures fluctuate, two common tree injuries can occur.

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Tree roots need porous spaces in the soil to allow for growth. When soil is compacted, cultivating that soil is critical to improving growing conditions.

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Careful review of the trees and shrubs on your property can help ensure any visible issues are identified before they cause serious damage.

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If your trees change color or lose leaves early, a serious problem may exist.

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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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