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Insect & Disease Issues
Round Up: Common Native Tree Pests & Diseases in the South
Here are signs and symptoms of common tree diseases and tree pests typically found in the south. They aren’t always easy to spot, but recognizing these classic visual cues can be a warning sign of an infested, sick tree.
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Plant Health Care
How to Tell if a Redwood Tree is Dying (And If You Can Save It)
How do you tell if a redwood tree is dying? Is it turning brown or yellowing? You may have a distressed redwood tree. To help, you almost always need to give them more water. Learn more about how to water and how it could save a dying redwood tree!
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Spongy Moth: Facts, Life Cycle, Damage and Control
Spongy moth infestation? Learn about the spongy moth life cycle, how to control them and what damage they can do to your trees. Read on to discover how bad Spongy moths will be in Massachusetts in 2018 and more spongy moth facts!
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Property Maintenance & Landscaping
Prep Your Landscape for a Summer Backyard Bash
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Fall Tree Care Checklist: Prepare Your Property for Challenging Winter Conditions
Follow this fall landscape checklist to keep your trees and landscape healthy through harsh winter conditions.
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Tree Selection Guide
Trees with Non-Invasive Root Systems
Plant trees with roots that don't spread! Here are trees with non-invasive root systems, shade trees with small root systems and best trees for sidewalks!
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Plant Health Care
Fall in Love with Healthy Trees This Season
Follow These Guidelines From Our Fall Checklist To Help Keep Your Trees Healthy
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Leaf & Needle Problems
Why Does My Tree Have No Leaves on Top? (Maple, Birch and Ash)
Is my tree dead if it has no leaves on top? The top of tree looks dead but the bottom is alive. Learn why your maple tree, birch tree and ash tree have no leaves on top.
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