Similar to insect infestation, fungal diseases on trees can be difficult to identify. In fact, what might look like a fungus might be something else entirely! For example, magnolia scale, which looks like a fungus because of its scaly substance, is a white insect larvae that can severely damage magnolia trees if it is…Details
Late fall to early spring is the best time to start planning for any landscaping needs your garden, backyard, plants, and trees might need. We give you three reasons why you need to talk to a specialist now. Treatments and Fertilization Spring is the best time to treat and fertilize your trees and plants.…Details
After you plant a tree and sufficiently water it, mulching it is typically the next step. Mulching can help your tree by not allowing weeds to take up soil space, keep the temperature of the soil around the tree regulated, and help the soil stay moist in between rainfalls and watering. A common myth, however,…Details
In a very short amount of time, chinch bugs can destroy large spots on your lawn. They damage by sapping the moisture and nutrients out of lawns. They’ll also add the toxins back into plants. Grass leaf blades will turn yellow on the edges and then brown out in large patches. Chinch bugs love the…Details
If you’ve recently had a tree removed from your property, more than likely you also had the chance to remove the stump along with the trunk of the tree. But, if you have a property that already has a stump or two, you’re probably wondering whether or not you should get rid of the stump.…Details
As you start to prepare for spring planting, it’s important to use proper tree planting techniques. A common tree planting myth is that it’s not possible to plant too deep, when in fact planting too deep may be very harmful. Planting bushes or trees too deep can hinder proper hydration, causing the plant to suffocate…Details
If a tree is suffering from a disease or insect infestation, sometimes it’s obvious, but other times, you have to know what to look for. A common myth is that there aren’t any visible signs of insects, so the tree isn’t in harm’s way of insect infestation. Some harmful insects, such as the Bronze Birch…Details
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