Where a tree is planted makes all the difference in terms of its health and ability to flourish.
Even though you can’t see it on top, this is a key ingredient to healthy and vital trees.
Young trees that have their essential needs met before the end of the year will establish quicker and have fewer problems in the future.
In order to succeed in the long term, most trees need a certain minimum surface and strong rooting area.
Weed control is an age-old subject, one that green industry companies have struggled with for decades.
When it comes to trees in a landscape, short-term fixes are not the preferred solution.
The first step to an integrated approach to bark insects is to proactively scout for these pests in your customers’ trees.
Understanding the basic rules of turf irrigation will go a long way toward achieving the goal of growing healthy trees.
All trees that are older than a couple of years carry some level of risk.
Trees found on these odd locations pose unique challenges for arborists.