A wound on a tree trunk is usually no reason for major concern. Trees can acquire a minor wound from many sources—mechanical damage from lawn equipment, animal scratching or gnawing, or from storms and wind. Healthy trees usually recover, and the bark slowly calluses over the wound site. The following treatment guide can help you ensure that the wound heals properly and that no further problems occur. Clean up the wound
- Finally purchasing your first home is obviously an exciting feeling. But a new home also comes with a lot of new responsibilities, one of which might be the landscaping and long-term maintenance of your new yard. If you want to get things started on the right note, one thing you might want to consider would be to hire a professional landscaping service to help you get the ball rolling and keep things under control going forward.
- If you've got some lovely trees in your backyard, you likely try to care for them as best you can. But sometimes your desire to keep the tree healthy or your desire to do something near the tree because of how the tree looks can actually harm it. When in doubt, have a tree service care for the tree, lest you accidentally cause damage with these intentions. Don't Bury Things by the Tree
- Paper birch trees get the name from the distinct white bark that can peel off in sheets to reveal a salmon-toned inner bark underneath. While the bark is the main attraction with a paper birch tree, the glossy green leaves that turn yellow in the fall are also a highlight. A paper birch tree can make a great addition to any yard. Keep that birch looking beautiful and distinct by monitoring for signs of tree disease.
- When building a new chain link fence on your commercial property, it's standard practice to clear the ground along the fence line prior to installation. But wherever there is open ground available, plants are sure to follow, including young trees. If you have noticed young saplings growing up through your chain link fence, you will need to act quickly to keep them from permanently damaging it. With the assistance of an experienced commercial tree service and these four steps, you should be able to both rid your fence of its leafy invaders and prevent future growth along your fence line.