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Why You Should Plant a Tree in Fall and Not Spring

Do you have a bare spot in your front or backyard that is just begging for a tree? If so, right now is the perfect time of year in Indiana to plant one. If you wait until spring, you could … Continue reading

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Your Springtime Tree Care Checklist

Not only is tree care in the springtime is important because it helps landscaping trees grow strong and bountiful, it also prepares them for the upcoming summer conditions, such as intense heat, dry spells, pest infestations, and wildlife tampering. Not … Continue reading

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What You Need to Know About Tree Cabling and Bracing

Tree support systems are a common method for protecting and stabilizing trees. You especially see this kind of tree care technique in regions where inclement weather is frequent, and on trees that are deemed unsafe or potential hazards. If you … Continue reading

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Is My Tree Getting Too Much Sun?

Although trees require sunlight for process of photosynthesis to take place, it is possible for a tree to receive too much sunlight, especially if they are newly planted or young. As a result, trees can experience a long list of … Continue reading

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How to Care For a Newly Planted Tree

If you are planning to add some new trees to your property this spring, you are in for a rewarding treat. Caring for trees is a wonderful and fulfilling hobby that can quickly turn into a passion. But there is … Continue reading

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The 5 Things You Need for a Healthy Tree

If you are planting new trees on your property this spring, be sure you know exactly how to make your investment last for seasons to come! Continue reading to learn the top 5 elements to healthy and viable tree growth. … Continue reading

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Learn About the Most Common Cause for Tree Decline

Root damage tops the charts as one of the leading causes of tree illness and death. When a root system is jeopardized in any way, the entire tree as a whole is negatively affected. Many factors can contribute to root … Continue reading

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Will My Trees Die When it Snows?

It’s not snowing yet, but according to the predicted forecast, we might be seeing some winter showers as early as the first full week of December. For homeowners who wish to protect their beloved landscaping trees during harsh wintertime weather, … Continue reading

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Tips for Growing Containerized Nut Trees Indoors

There are so many desirable nut-bearing tree species. But if you plan to grow your nut tree indoors using a traditional gardening pot, you can’t just choose any tree you want unless you plan to transplant it outdoors later on. … Continue reading

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Apply Dormant Oils to Your Trees for Pest Protection

Learn how to apply dormant oils your trees so that you can better prevent overwintering pests from harming your trees come spring and summer. Pests can hibernate within trees through the winter season, and emerge as larvae once spring arrives. … Continue reading

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