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Questions To Ask a Tri-Cities Arborist – Part 2 – May 2018

Posted by on May 25th, 2018 in Tree Maintenance | Comments Off on Questions To Ask a Tri-Cities Arborist – Part 2 – May 2018

We’re now in the season of lawn maintenance and tree maintenance here in Kennewick. There are so many possibilities of how to plant, shape, and maintain your yard and the trees and shrubbery in them. If you have questions about trees, we are an excellent resource. We are fully accredited arborists in Kennewick and there is only a handful of us here in the area. Here are some of the more common questions we receive: What can I do to give my new tree a good start? Water and mulch are two of the best things for new trees. Just be sure to not...

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Questions To Ask a Tri-Cities Arborist – Part 1 – May 2018

Posted by on May 25th, 2018 in Tree Maintenance | Comments Off on Questions To Ask a Tri-Cities Arborist – Part 1 – May 2018

We’re now in the season of lawn maintenance and tree maintenance here in the Tri-Cities. There are so many possibilities of how to plant, shape, and maintain your yard and the trees and shrubbery in them. If you have questions about trees, we are an excellent resource. We are fully accredited arborists in the Tri-Cities and there is only a handful of us here in the area. Here are some of the more common questions we receive: Are trees a good investment? Yes – better than the NYSE! Research conducted here in the Pacific Northwest by...

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Mature Tree Care – April 2018: Part 6

Posted by on Apr 25th, 2018 in Tree Maintenance | Comments Off on Mature Tree Care – April 2018: Part 6

We have a couple times of year where the wind in Burbank gets a little out of control. During this windy weather, we also get a fair share of rain. When and if the time comes where you need to take proactive action to prevent damage to your property, we would love to help. We look forward to helping you prevent any damage possible. Removal Although tree removal is a last resort, there are circumstances when it is necessary. Professionally trained arborists can help decide whether or not a tree should be removed and possess the skills and...

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Mature Tree Care – April 2018: Part 5

Posted by on Apr 25th, 2018 in Tree Maintenance | Comments Off on Mature Tree Care – April 2018: Part 5

We have a couple times of year where the wind in Benton City gets a little out of control. During this windy weather, we also get a fair share of rain. When and if the time comes where you need to take proactive action to prevent damage to your property, we would love to help. We look forward to helping you prevent any damage possible. Pruning Pruning is often desirable or necessary to remove dead, diseased, or insect-infested branches and to improve tree structure, enhance vitality, or reduce risk. While pruning has many benefits, the removal...

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Mature Tree Care – April 2018: Part 4

Posted by on Apr 25th, 2018 in Tree Maintenance | Comments Off on Mature Tree Care – April 2018: Part 4

We have a couple times of year where the wind in Pasco gets a little out of control. During this windy weather, we also get a fair share of rain. When and if the time comes where you need to take proactive action to prevent damage to your property, we would love to help. We look forward to helping you prevent any damage possible. Soil Management Soil management is another important aspect of mature tree care. Urban landscape trees often exist in soils that lack the nutrients, pH (acidity or alkalinity), drainage, or pore space (air and water...

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Mature Tree Care – April 2018: Part 3

Posted by on Apr 25th, 2018 in Tree Maintenance | Comments Off on Mature Tree Care – April 2018: Part 3

We have a couple times of year where the wind in Richland gets a little out of control. During this windy weather, we also get a fair share of rain. When and if the time comes where you need to take proactive action to prevent damage to your property, we would love to help. We look forward to helping you prevent any damage possible. Mulching Mulching can reduce environmental stress by providing trees with a more moderate root environment that has fewer temperature and moisture extremes than the surrounding soil. Mulch reduces competition from...

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Mature Tree Care – April 2018: Part 2

Posted by on Apr 25th, 2018 in Tree Maintenance | Comments Off on Mature Tree Care – April 2018: Part 2

We have a couple times of year where the wind in Kennewick gets a little out of control. During this windy weather, we also get a fair share of rain. When and if the time comes where you need to take proactive action to prevent damage to your property, we would love to help. We look forward to helping you prevent any damage possible. Tree Inspection Regular tree inspections can catch changes in a tree’s health before a disease, insect, or environmental problem becomes too serious to address. Ideally, mature trees should be inspected at least...

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Mature Tree Care – April 2018: Part 1

Posted by on Apr 25th, 2018 in Tree Maintenance | Comments Off on Mature Tree Care – April 2018: Part 1

We have a couple times of year where the wind in the Tri-Cities gets a little out of control. During this windy weather, we also get a fair share of rain. When and if the time comes where you need to take proactive action to prevent damage to your property, we would love to help. We look forward to helping you prevent any damage possible. Learn procedures specific to a routine maintenance program for mature tree care, including tree inspection, mulching, fertilization, pruning, and tree removal. Think of tree care as an investment. A healthy...

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Preventing Wind Damaged Trees – March 2018 – Part 6

Posted by on Mar 25th, 2018 in Tree Maintenance | Comments Off on Preventing Wind Damaged Trees – March 2018 – Part 6

We have a couple times of year where the wind in Benton City gets a little out of control.  When and if the time comes where you need to take proactive action to prevent damage to your property, we would love to help.  We look forward to helping you prevent any damage possible. Experts offer these pruning tips: Check local tree regulations prior to pruning or tree removal. Avoid pruning branches flush to the trunk. Doing so removes not only the limb but also some of the trunk wood, exposing the plant to decay or insect damage. Begin pruning...

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Preventing Wind Damaged Trees – March 2018 – Part 5

Posted by on Mar 25th, 2018 in Tree Maintenance | Comments Off on Preventing Wind Damaged Trees – March 2018 – Part 5

We have a couple times of year where the wind in West Richland gets a little out of control.  When and if the time comes where you need to take proactive action to prevent damage to your property, we would love to help.  We look forward to helping you prevent any damage possible. Some trees are more prone to storm damage than others. A shallow-rooted tree growing in soft soil can easily topple onto a building in strong winds. A tree’s roots also can become weakened after heavy rains, elevating the risk. Have an arborist check trees to...

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