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Insect & Disease Issues
How to Manage Scale: Early Prevention is Key
Scale is a common pest of landscape trees and shrubs that can easily be overlooked. Here are visible symptoms of an infestation and how to get rid of scale on trees.
Overwintering Pests
Insect & Disease Issues
What Are Overwintering Pests and How To Prevent Them
Scale insects and Aphids are just a couple overwintering bugs that hide away on trees and shrubs during the winter season. Here’s what you need to know about scale and aphids, how to prevent them and treatment options.
Fall Checklist
Insect & Disease Issues
Identifying Common Fall Tree Insects (Pests)
Davey identifies the signs and symptoms of common Fall pests.
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Plant Health Care
Why Do My Palm Tree’s Leaves Have White Spots?
Palm Tree’s Leaves Have White Spots? Keep reading for a quick rundown on why palm leaves turn white and what you can do.
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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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Leaf & Needle Problems
What to Do When Your Japanese Maple Has Crispy or Brown Leaves
Spot brown, crispy or scorched leaves on your Japanese maple? It could be Japanese maple leaf scorch, an underwatered Japanese maple or pests!
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Insect & Disease Issues
Identifying Common Spring and Summer Tree Insects (Pests)
Leaf curling or spots on new leaves? Learn what insect is damaging your tree - and how to stop it.
What Does A Flowering Dogwood Look Like
Tree Identification
Do I have a Flowering Dogwood Tree?
Dogwoods are most recognized for their cross-shaped white or pink bracts. They require 4-6 hours of sun each day and can grow in a variety of climates. Learn how to properly care for flowering dogwoods and the potential threats that can harm your tree.
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