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Here in Dallas/Fort Worth, the spring and summer months are when most trees grow and flourish. Their canopies fill out. Their flowers bloom. And if you have a fruit tree, their fruit begins to grow and ripen. Unfortunately, the spring and summer months are also a...

You may or may not know that for most tree species that grow here in North Texas, summer isn’t the best time of year for tree pruning. But of course, just like with nearly everything else, there are always exceptions to that rule. There are a...

I pride myself on being a knowledgeable Arborist, always a student, staying current and being as ethical and honest as I can be. So I told myself, let’s get your dry-erase board out and start jotting down everything you know about water and trees (Figure...

As you’re thinking about your fall or summer tree care needs, are you wondering what your tree watering routine should be? If so, you’re not alone. Many of our Dallas area clients like you contact us because they aren’t sure if they’re watering their trees too...

Summer is in full swing and if you’re like several Dallas-Fort Worth area residents, you’ve got a big to-do list of chores that you’re working your way through. And for many local homeowners and property managers like you, taking care of their outdoor landscape is...

Trees are some of the largest living things in the world. Yet, they can get infected and killed by some of the smallest insects in the world. This paradox is just the world we live in.  If you are considering planting any trees on your property...

Oak wilt is one of the deadliest tree diseases in the United States. It is widely prevalent in the North Texas region, where it has killed more than 1 million trees. The fungus Ceratocystis fagacearum is the main fungus that causes oak wilt.  To destroy the...

Have you ever noticed bright-red marks on tree leaves? This is a common tree disease called bacterial leaf scorch. Many people associate bacterial leaf scorch as a harmless disease or some type of common occurrence. In reality, this could not be further from the truth. Bacterial...

Oak wilt is one of the deadliest tree diseases in the United States. However, it has had a noticeable impact in the North Texas region, even at epidemic rates. Property owners and municipalities that have or are growing Oak trees must understand the characteristics of...

Being living things, trees are naturally susceptible to disease and other forms of deterioration. However, like most plants and animals, trees are not always equipped to fight disease. Over time, a diseased tree can die. Once that happens, the tree could become a safety hazard to...