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How Much Water Do Newly Planted Trees Need Davey Tree
Plant Health Care
How Much Water Does a Newly-Planted Tree Need?
Keep the top 12 inches of soil around the root ball moist. Generally, that means 4-10 gallons each week. Click to pinpoint what's best for your tree.
Davey Tree Tree Root Growth
Roots
When Do Tree Roots Grow the Most?
Do trees grow in winter? When do tree roots grow the fastest? Find everything you want to know about tree root growth - including how to help trees grow faster!
Woodpecker Damage Stock
Plant Health Care
Spotted Woodpecker Damage On Your Tree? Here’s What To Do
Recognize & Repair Woodpecker Damage
How To Stop Deer From Rubbing Antlers On Tree Damage Davey Tree
Property Maintenance & Landscaping
Keep Deer from Rubbing Antlers on Trees and Fix Damaged Trees
Deer may look cute. That is until they start rubbing their antlers on your tree, leaving behind major damage. To prevent injury or try to fix a wound, try...
Davey Tree Deer Eating Arborvitae
Property Maintenance & Landscaping
Stop Deer from Eating Arborvitae Trees (Even Emerald Green)
Learn the best three ways to keep deer from eating arborvitae trees, including emerald green! Try deer repellent, netting or deer-resistant arborvitaes.
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.
Tree Fertilization
Plant Health Care
Why You Should Fertilize Flowering Trees?
Fertilizing flowering trees can enhance your landscape aesthetics. By using a slow-release fertilizer it encourages blooms while increasing healthy growth. Fertilization strengthens trees by promoting a healthy root system, learn more.
Bracing
Tree Safety, Storm Prep & Recovery
Does Cabling a Tree Really Work?
Tree cabling and bracing is a proactive and preventative technique to support a tree with a poor or weak structure. Protecting your tree and giving it some support where necessary can help it withstand harsh storms.
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