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Entries tagged with " Fertilization "

Spring Tree Check-Up

Spring has sprung! You might be wondering how some of your trees are faring after the very cold winter and intense ice storms we experienced this past season.

Could You Have Bacterial Leaf Scorch on Your Cedar Elm?

As Cedar Elms begin to leaf out, you may see some rust colored markings around the leaf edges. If so, you could have bacterial leaf scorch.

Don’t Skip Fall Fertilization for Healthy Trees & Landscape

We need to give back to the soil to keep it healthy - so it can keep your trees healthy.

Fire Blight: Now is the Time to Prevent!

The photo shows how they are supposed to look right now. Well…the last freeze we had was pretty rough on them and almost all of their blooms were damaged. So you’re probably seeing a lot of “brown” Bradford pears now.

Fertilize Seasonally if You Want Strong Trees

Urban life is tough on our trees and our soils take plenty of abuse in the form of compaction and construction damage. Keeping trees healthy means putting life and nutrients back in the soil by fertilizing seasonally.

What’s Wrong with My Oak? Could Be Hypoxylon Canker

We were called out to a construction site recently to diagnose oak trees that looked to be struggling or dying. After our arborist inspected the trees, he diagnosed them with hypoxylon canker.

Introducing our new SEASONS Bio-Fertilization Program

We are rolling out our new SEASONS Bio-Fertilization Program and couldn't be more excited.

Should I Fertilize My Trees?

To feed or not to feed my trees? This is a question you may, or may not have, asked yourself at some point during your tenure as a homeowner. If you're not sure of the answer, we'd like to offer up an emphatic "YES!".

Getting to the (tree) root of the problem

Concrete berms built around trees can ultimately be their demise.

Feed Your Trees!

Did you know that now is the time to schedule your spring tree fertilizations? It can be easy to forget that our urban trees need special care. Large established trees can seem self-sufficient, but even they need a helping hand.