Tree Stump Removed? What To Do With The Grindings Left Behind

Posted on: 21 May 2015

When you hire a tree service to remove a tree from your property, the stump is left behind. The tree service contractor will then grind this stump down. When finished, you are left with a lot of stump grindings. You likely do not want to leave these sitting there, and below are some good things you can use them for: Use it as Mulch Mulch is used in a flower garden to hold in moisture when it rains or when you water it.
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5 Tips To Get Your Landscaping Back In Shape After A Heavy Storm

Posted on: 21 May 2015

After a heavy storm with rain and high winds, it's important that you assess your landscaping and determine how severe any damage is. Even if the impact of the storm seems minimal, you may find that some trees and other plants have been damaged upon a closer look. In order to get your landscaped yard back in great shape, consider the following five tips. 1. Tackle Cleanup As Soon As Possible
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Recovering An Extremely Damaged Tree

Posted on: 20 May 2015

Whether there's been an earthquake, fire, flood or another natural disaster, one consequence is often damage to your trees. It can be difficult to figure out what to do in this situation -- do you just cut down the tree? Do you leave it alone to grow? It's usually best to try to recover the tree if you can rather than simply letting nature take its course. A dead tree can be incredibly dangerous, and trees can often bounce back from serious damage.
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Cut Out Canker Disease With Proper Pruning

Posted on: 18 May 2015

Canker disease can cause tree decline, but in most cases it begins as localized areas of disease affecting single tree branches. The fungi that cause canker disease may be due to environmental stresses or a pathogen, depending on the host. You can keep a watchful eye for canker disease in your trees and prune out affected branches before more serious tree health problems set in. Canker diseases affecting the main trunk are difficult to manage, but disease affecting limbs are easy to cut off.
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