Davey Tree Service Blog: Tree Care Tips & Checklists

  • How to Keep Ticks Out of Your Yard

    Tick-borne diseases have more than tripled in the last 12 years! Eek! We need to be more careful than ever.

    Do your best to minimize the tick population around your home. Here's how...

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  • Identifying Common Fall Tree Insects (Pests)

    Creepy webs in trees, chewed leaves or dying tree branches are not what you pictured in your fall landscape.

    Browse the symptoms to see what fall pest may be hurting your tree and how to stop it.

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  • The 101 on Emerald Ash Borer

    Emerald ash borer (EAB) is one small pest that has caused a lot of damage. EAB was once thought to be a death sentence for your ash trees. Now, we know it’s not.

    Read on to learn the newest, latest information about this damaging pest and raise awareness about emerald ash borer.

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  • Are Your Trees and Shrubs Safe from Invasive Diseases?

    Davey employee Kyle McLoughlin discusses invasive disease-spreading pests at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Ontario. Consulting Arborist Kyle McLoughlin, from Davey Resource Group in Ontario, has researched lethal pests for years. He has presented his findings on invasive and endangered species conservation at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington, Ontario.

    “I love ecology,” McLoughlin explains. “The research is so fascinating and keeps coming up at work. It’s great to have a career that relates to my passion.”

    McLoughlin was invited to lecture at the Royal Botanical Gardens through his connections in the Hamilton Naturalists’ Club, a non-profit organization dedicated to the study, appreciation and conservation of wild plants and animals. He frequently leads interpretive hikes and has presented previous lectures through the organization.

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