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What Kills A Spotted Lanternfly
Insect & Disease Issues
How to Get Rid of the Spotted Lanternfly
Getting rid of Spotted Lanternflies (SLF) requires both you and your local certified arborist. Learn what you can do as a homeowner and how to help protect your trees and community from Spotted Lanternfly infestations.
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Leaf & Needle Problems
Why ‘Bradford’ Callery Pear Tree Leaves Are Brown, Black or Falling Off
Are your Bradford or ornamental pear tree leaves turning black, brown, dying or falling off? Your Bradford pear is likely dealing with a common springtime fruit tree infection: fire blight. Learn more about fire blight and how you can help your tree.
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Property Maintenance & Landscaping
How to Make Good Garden Soil: A Step-by-Step Guide
Save time, money and your plants by giving them a good foundation from the start.
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Insect & Disease Issues
What Causes Tiny Rows of Holes in Tree Trunk (Maple, Oak, Apple)?
Is it a bug? A bird? Who is marking up your tree's trunk? Well, it's probably a borer or a bird. Keep reading to pinpoint who's the culprit and what you can do!
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Plant Health Care
What Should I Do with My Trees in a Drought?
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Plant Health Care
The Dirt On Drought Stress And Its Effect On Your Trees
How To Protect Fruit Trees From Late Frost
Plant Health Care
How to Save Fruit Tree Blossoms and Fruit from a Late Freeze
Learn how you can protect your citrus trees, peach trees and apple trees from late frost and the factors affecting freeze damage. You should plan to cover your fruit tree whenever the temperatures is expected to drop below 28 degrees F.
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Property Maintenance & Landscaping
Best Way to Deal with Stormwater: Rain Gardens
Rain gardens catch water that would have flowed into the street or flooded your yard. They naturally clean and release water into the soil. Follow these 5 easy steps on how to build your own rain garden and the best plants to use.
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