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How Do Trees Respond to Stress?

How Do Trees Respond to Stress?

Trees are like the canaries in the coal mine - when they start to die off, it's a sign that something is wrong. And what's wrong is often that they're stressed. Trees can feel stress from a variety of sources, including changes in temperature, drought, poor nutrition,...

Get Rid of Elm Leaf Beetles

Get Rid of Elm Leaf Beetles

If you have elm trees on your property, you may find yourself dealing with elm leaf beetles at some point. These small insects can cause a big problem, as they feed on the leaves of elm trees, skeletonizing them in the process. While a few beetles here and there may...

Ornamental Trees to Accentuate Your Yard

Ornamental Trees to Accentuate Your Yard

Many people enjoy the beauty of ornamental trees, but one common complaint is that they create too much litter. Leaves, flower petals, and fruit can all end up on the ground, creating a messy and time-consuming cleanup job. Fortunately, there are a few types of...

Understanding Soil Fertility

Understanding Soil Fertility

Soil fertility refers to the ability of the soil to support the growth of plants. Healthy soil is teeming with beneficial microbes that help to break down organic matter and release nutrients, making them available for plants to take up. In addition, healthy soil has...

How To Identify a Bad Tree Pruning

How To Identify a Bad Tree Pruning

Many people believe that they can prune their trees without professional help. However, incorrect pruning can actually do more harm than good. Poor pruning can damage the tree's structure, open it up to disease and pests, and interfere with its natural growth pattern....

The Dangers of Ivy and How to Remove It

The Dangers of Ivy and How to Remove It

Ivy is a fast-growing climbing plant that can quickly cover the trunk and branches of a tree. While ivy can provide some benefits, such as shading the trunk from the sun and trapping moisture, it can also kill trees. Ivy absorbs water and nutrients from the tree,...

Why is Lions Tailing Bad for Trees?

Why is Lions Tailing Bad for Trees?

Lion tailing is the practice of removing all the leaves from a tree except for those at the very top. While this may give the tree a more aesthetically pleasing appearance, it can actually be very detrimental to the tree's health. Lion tailing can increase the tree's...

Palm Tree Trimming: A Complete Step-by-Step Guide

Palm Tree Trimming: A Complete Step-by-Step Guide

Trimming a palm tree may seem like a daunting task, but with the proper tools and techniques, it can be easily accomplished. First, it is important to select the right type of saw for the job. A hand saw or pole saw will work for small palms, while a chainsaw or power...

Fallen Leaves Make Great Compost

Fallen Leaves Make Great Compost

Written by Admin and published on https://www.heartwoodtreecompany.com/. As the leaves begin to fall, many homeowners turn their attention to raking them up and getting rid of them. However, leaves can actually be a valuable asset in the yard, providing free...

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