Tree care

Planting a Tree in the Fall

Planting the Tree in the Fall The perfect time to plant trees and shrubs is throughout the dormant season and in the fall right after leaf drop (which is right now) or early spring prior to budbreak. Climate conditions are cool and permit plants to create roots in the new area just before spring rains or winter snow. Nonetheless, trees planted in the fall and correctly cared for in the nursery or garden center, AND provided the proper care in the course of transport, could be planted throughout the growing season. In tropical and subtropical climates trees develop year round, any time...

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Fall Tree Care and Watering

Fall Tree Care With the emphasis on water conservation, a lot of people forget to water their trees and the drought of the late summer time months can be particularly difficult. Enter Autumn’s 1st rains, wind storms and 1st freezes and all of a sudden home owners and gardeners have got a formula for problems. In fall, trees go dormant and deciduous trees shed their leaves. This means active root development ends, although trees will continue to soak up water and nutrients. If a homeowner’s tree is displaying brown or any indicators of drought, give the tree a drink of water. Most...

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Mulching

Mulching In the next several blogs we will be discussing how mulching can help a tree grow or slowly kill it. Compared with the rest from the landscape, trees are about as low-maintenance as you will get, which tends to make them simple to overlook. Of course, you remember to water and fertilize just like the rest of the lawn, however tree care requires more than that to truly thrive. A normal maintenance plan will add vigor and stop future problems.   Done correctly, applying mulch around landscape ornamental's may be one of the best things you do for them. Mulching errors, by...

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Fall Tree Care

Fall Tree Care With the concentrated effort on water conservation, lots of people forget to water their trees and the drought of the late summer months can be particularly difficult. Enter Autumn’s initial rains, wind storms and first freezes and all of a sudden home owners and gardeners have a recipe for severe tree trouble. In fall, trees go dormant and deciduous trees shed their leaves. This indicates that active root development ends, even though trees will continue to absorb water and nutrients. Here are some Fall Tree Care Tips (article number one): If a tree is displaying brown...

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Tree Care

Tree Care A great tree care plan starts with a general understanding of man’s role in relation to trees. Regarding your own trees, you’ll generally have four possible considerations to select from. Which action you select to take will have a profound effect on your trees. One of the following four will most likely fit your situation but you need to recognize the result of your choice.   Additionally, insects and diseases play a sizable part of tree care management and recognizing tree wounds and performing what’s essential to treat or stop tree wounds. The Unmanaged Tree...

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Tree Problems

Tree Problems Gasoline Leak There might be a gasoline leak 100 or more feet up or down the street from a tree which has died, even though smaller plants, shrubs or even trees closer to the leak are apparently uninjured. This is because of a really hard and compact layer of soil  that might stop the gasoline from escaping to the surface at the point where the gasoline line broke. Gas might seep horizontally for a substantial distance through the ground under the hardpan. Check out all potentialities. If insect, illness, drought, or root injury isn't the issue,then, ask your public...

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