3 Reasons To Use A Tree Service To Clear Your Home Lot

If you are getting ready to build a house, then you need to make sure that your lot is clear. One of the things that you are going to have to do is to make sure that trees that are around your lot are cut down so that you have room for your house. If you are going to do that, then you want to have a tree service come in and evaluate your lot and help with the trees. Read More 

3 Signs Your Apple Tree Is Infected With Fire Blight

If you notice that leaves on your apple tree have started to die and turn a rusty color, you may wonder if it has contracted a disease. If so, look for the following three signs that your tree is infected with the bacterial infection known as fire blight. Base of Twigs Becomes Dry and Sunken One symptom of fire blight can be found at the base of the infected twigs, a favorite entry point for the bacteria. Read More 

Tree Pruning Tips To Avoid Bothering Your Tree Squirrels

If you have many trees on your property, then you may know that these trees are home to a variety of different animals, including squirrels. If you are the type of person who loves the wildlife on your property, then you want to make sure that you do not disturb nests. If you are most concerned about squirrel nests, then keep reading to learn about a few tips that will help you to minimize damage. Read More 

Brown Rot: How Does It Affect Your Peach And Plum Trees?

If the fruit of your nectarines and plum trees begin to rot, you may fear that something's very wrong with your trees. Your fruit trees may have brown rot. Brown rot develops from a fungus called Monolinia fructicola. The fungus attacks the fruit and flowers of nectarine, plum, and other trees of the "stone fruit" family. Without intervention, brown rot can spread and infect other fruit trees. Here's more information about brown rot and how you can stop it. Read More 

Tips To Manage Insect Pests In Trees

An insect infestation on a tree can be particularly hard to treat. This is because most trees can withstand some minor insect damage without any long-term ill affects. Insects only become a major issue when their presence is in such great numbers that the health the tree begins to fail or it becomes more susceptible to disease. Aphids, moths and their larva, and beetles are among the primary insect stressers for trees. Read More