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The Importance of Tree Pruning

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The most common yet very important procedure performed when maintaining trees is pruning.  Although the only pruning that trees growing in our forests see is that which Mother Nature provides, the care and maintenance of trees on your property requires a higher level of attention in order to maintain their aesthetics and structural integrity.  The arborist responsible for pruning your trees has a higher understanding of tree biology.  Consequently, the improper pruning of your trees can result permanent damage and shortening of the tree’s life expectancy. You might need to call in tree trimming services in Dublin to care about the trees.   Reasons to have Trees Pruned   Every pruning cut made to a tree has the potential to impact its growth. ...

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Promoting Better Tree Health

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While trees may be the dominant landscaping feature of your home, they must also co-exist with grasses, plants, and shrubs, all of which share a common element – the soil they are planted in.  The roots of bedding plants, grasses, shrubs, and trees compete for nutrients and water while at the same time intermingling with one another.  Even a single tree has roots that can grow well into your flower beds and lawn areas.   Consequently, any fertilizer or herbicide that is applied can affect the looks and vitality of any tree in close proximity to those chemicals.  Conversely, any chemicals that are applied to your trees such as fertilizing and pruning can also influence the looks and vitality of your flowers, grasses, and shrubs.  No matter what plant you...

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Frequently Asked Questions On Tree Care

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There are quite a lot FAQs when it comes to taking care of your trees. With this in mind, below you will find the most common ones of them and the appropriate professional answers. 1. When should I plant the tree? Usually autumn is the best season to plant your trees. The second best is considered to be the spring. However, you need to ensure that the tree is properly suited for growing in your climate zone and conditions. You need to contact professional consultants for any specifications surrounding the planting process. 2. When is the best time to prune the tree? This is when the tree is actually dormant. You need to prune on occasion and on demand if the tree is out of bounds. You can also remove dead branches for safety reasons even if the tree is not...

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Is It Best To Prune Trees When They Are Dormant?

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Now, strictly speaking, the best period to prune your tree would be when they are in a dormant season. There are a lot of advantages associated with this including: ·         When pruning deciduous trees, you need to look at the structure as well as the impact of the cuts. ·         Wounds will close quickly throughout spring,the rapid growth period for trees ·         In most cases, the flow of sap from the wounds is not too much. This is particularly important with trees which bleed sap. Common examples include birches, maples and elm trees. ·         Disease transmission is known to drop throughout this particular period. This is because the disease organisms or the insects which carry them are not active at this time of the...

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Inspecting Your Trees: Are They Really Safe?

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Now, it’s a widely known fact that properly maintained trees are capable of increasing the value of your property by as much as 10% according to the Forest Service of the U.S. However, they could quickly shift from being an asset to being a liability as soon as branches, trunks or even roots suffer a significant injury and start threatening your property and the people on it. With this in mind, tree inspections are particularly critical and they could protect your home and even potentially save lives. However, before you begin, here are a few things that you might want to take into account as starting tips. Branches There are quite a lot of potential hazards which are associated with the branches. Broken and dangling ones, for instance, as well as lodged ones in...

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