Reduce Storm Damage By Tree Pruning

Posted On: September 18, 2015  by:
Reduce Storm Damage By Tree Pruning

Trees do many millions worth of damage across the country each year as a result of storms. Homes and vehicles are damaged or destroyed and people injured or killed when trees fall on them. Even if the tree doesn’t fall on anyone or anything, there is still cost in removing the downed tree, or branches […]

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Mycorrhizae Benefits To Your Trees

Posted On: September 10, 2015  by:
Mycorrhizae Benefits To Your Trees

Mycorrhizae fungi are a naturally occurring fungus in the soil. They form a symbiotic relationship with the roots of trees and other plants. Mycorrhizae fungi are present in the soils in the woodlands and forests, however, in areas where the soil has been disturbed, such as an urban area, the mycorrhizae fungi in the soil […]

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Construction Mitigation For Trees

Posted On: August 4, 2015  by:
Construction Mitigation For Trees

Trees are one of a property owner’s most valuable assets, not only for their aesthetic value, but also for the benefits they provide for shade, soil retention, oxygen, and depending on the type of tree, its fruit. Trees also increase the value of a given property by as much as 25%. Therefore, when construction is […]

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Heavy Rainfall Damages Trees

Posted On: June 27, 2015  by:
Heavy Rainfall Damages Trees

Heavy San Antonio Rainfall Damages And Uproots Trees In areas such as San Antonio, rainfall is generally seen as a good thing. Since this environment is prone to drought, small quantities of rain are welcomed as a way to provide plants and trees with the necessary water to thrive. Just like any other good thing, […]

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Organic Tree Care

Posted On: June 25, 2015  by:
Organic Tree Care

Organic Tree Care The typical homeowner won’t think about tree care incredibly frequently; they will instead focus on caring for their garden. In reality, however, tree care is crucial, even if none of your trees are currently unhealthy. Tree care primarily consists of pruning, aerating the soil, fertilizing, and removing pests. While there is another […]

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Plant Health Care for Trees

Posted On: April 11, 2015  by:
Plant Health Care for Trees

Trees require care just like any other type of plant does. It is true that they can thrive in the wild, and this is proven by their existence today. Despite that, most trees have specific needs when in a more urban environment, such as on your property. This is especially true in the case of […]

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Compost Tea Can Save Your Trees

Posted On: February 18, 2015  by:

If you have your own garden, you have probably heard about compost tea in the past. This is a very popular fertilizer alternative to standard compost and although it involves a bit more effort, gardeners tend to love it, especially those focusing on natural gardening. What Is Compost Tea? Put simply, compost tea is the […]

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Conks And Fungi In Trees In San Antonio

Posted On: January 12, 2015  by:
Conks And Fungi In Trees In San Antonio

As a San Antonio resident or tree professional, it is important to be aware of the various types of disease which can affect the local tree population. Conks and fungi are two of the most common forms of these issues and conks are technically a type of fungus. In the San Antonio area, the majority […]

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Caring For San Antonio’s Historic Trees

Posted On: December 15, 2014  by:

Like any area of the country, San Antonio has many trees within the city. Some of these are younger trees while others are historic trees that have been in the city for generations. Most people are able to care for young or adult trees with minimal help from a tree professional (although the assistance can […]

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Drought Stress And Hypoxylon Canker

Posted On: May 3, 2014  by:

As most San Antonio residents know, we have been under drought conditions for several years now. The result of this drought has taken an extreme toll on the trees here in Central Texas. There is a cumulative effect that begins to happen on our trees. Trees that are not drought tolerant at all begin to […]

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