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What Causes Ganoderma Root Rot
Insect & Disease Issues
Ganoderma Root Rot Treatment
“Ganoderma root rot” is a fungus that causes a wood-decaying infection that occurs through tree wounds, and attacks a variety of deciduous trees, such as maples, oaks, and honey locusts, as well as ashes, elms, and some conifers as well as palms. Here are symptoms and signs.
Winter Injury
Plant Health Care
Freeze and Thaw Damage on Trees
Read how fluctuating winter temperatures and frost can affect tree growth and cause other types of winter injury. Mulching trees in fall and tree guards are just a couple things you can do to help minimize damage, learn more.
Woodpecker Damage Stock
Plant Health Care
Spotted Woodpecker Damage On Your Tree? Here’s What To Do
Recognize & Repair Woodpecker Damage
Winter Tree Damage
Property Maintenance & Landscaping
Prevent Ice Damage On Trees
How can you help prevent ice damage to trees? Learn more here
Snow On Redbud Tree Davey Tree
Plant Health Care
Does a Late Spring Frost or Snowfall Damage Trees?
Learn more about late spring frost damage including maple, redbud, lilac, magnolia and japanese maple tree frost damage and why japanese maples lose leaves after a late spring frost
Arctic Blast Snow Covered Roads
Property Maintenance & Landscaping
How to Protect Trees from Winter Salt or Rock Salt Damage
Restoring tree health after spotting signs of rock salt damage requires management from both you and your local arborist.
Boy Watering
Plant Health Care
What Is Deep Root Watering Of A Tree?
What is slow watering vs. deep root watering? Is it the best way to water trees? Do you need a tree deep watering tool? Learn more.
Does Tapping Damage Maple Trees Davey Tree
Property Maintenance & Landscaping
Tapping Doesn’t Seriously Damage Maple Trees (But Don't Plug Holes)
Tapping doesn't seriously damage maple trees - if you do it right! First, learn if your maple tree is big enough to tap (and if so many taps you can make per maple tree). Then, at the end of the season, you shouldn't be plugging maple tap holes. Trees will grow over that tiny hole in no time!
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