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What Does White Pine Look Like
Tree Identification
Do I Have A White Pine?
Learn how to identify a white pine like an expert! Detailed is an easy-to-follow guide on the unique characteristics of white pines: needles, cone shape, and tree bark. Once you identified your white pine, it’s time to properly care for it and proactively mitigate potential threats.
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Insect & Disease Issues
Diplodia Tip Blight On Pines
Diplodia fungus causes the tips of your pine needles to turn brown and mostly occurs during the growing season from March through October. Ways to treat diplodia tip blight is first by keeping your pine and evergreens healthy and properly irrigated throughout the year. Learn more.
Why Is Bark Peeling On Tree Davey Tree
Plant Health Care
Why Is Bark Falling Off My Tree (Oak, Pine, Ash, Maple)?
Why is your tree losing its bark? Should you be concerned? Click here to learn why bark is falling off your tree - including pine, oak and ash trees.
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Plant Health Care
Can a Tree Freeze to Death in Winter?
Can a tree freeze to death? It's rare, but trees do freeze at certain temperatures (generally 20-20 degrees). Learn what happens to trees in the winter and how trees (including pine) survive winter.
Browning Evergreen
Leaf & Needle Problems
What To Do When Evergreen Trees Are Dying From Top Down
Think your pine, evergreen or spruce tree is dying from the top down? Find out why the top of your evergreen is turning brown and what you can do.
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Tree Planting & Transplanting
When Is The Best Time Of Year To Plant Trees? (Evergreens and Maples)
With the summer heat gone, fall is the best time to plant new trees! But is it the best time to plant all trees? Is fall still the best time to plant evergreen, pine, maple, and birch trees?
Davey Tree Salt Tolerant Evergreen Trees
Tree Selection Guide
Salt Tolerant Evergreen Trees (By Zone)
Winter salt can dry out evergreens, making their needles brown or yellow. Instead, select salt tolerant evergreens trees for the northeast region and each zone.
Winter Pruning
Trimming & Pruning
Winter Tree Pruning: Young Trees, Fruit Trees, Spring Flowering Trees
Let’s look at important facts about winter pruning, specifically for young trees, fruit trees, and spring-flowering trees, so you can gain a better understanding of how to keep your trees in prime health.
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