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Blog Posts in category "Fertilization"

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Hungry Trees: When should you fertilize?

March 1st is the start of our spring fertilization treatments. Ready to get your trees in shape for summer? Spring fertilization is a great place to start.


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How to Prep Your Trees for Winter

What can you do now to help prevent damage to your trees and your property during ice, rain and wind? Read on for tips on keeping your investments, such as your landscape and home, safer during this winter's storm season.


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Are your trees hungry? Fall is time to feed!

Feed your trees, and the soil, this fall for stronger trees through winter.


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Warm Winter Weather = Spring Pest Explosion!

What you can do now to protect your trees this spring.


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Before & After: Healing Trees with a Boost of Micronutrient Injections by ArborJet

With a boost of micronutrients, ailing trees can begin to heal.


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Healthy Trees Start with Healthy Soil

While healthy strong roots are key to the health of your trees, root health depends on healthy soil. Soil full of living microorganisms, organic matter and oxygen will keep your tree’s feeder roots strong and productive.


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What’s All the Stress About? Could Be Aphids!

This month, we’re noticing many new insect infestations on trees around the DFW area. Because many of our urban trees are stressed from heat, improper watering and lack of fertilization, they are more susceptible to pest problems. Aphids are one of those pests invading trees right now, as seen on the leaves of the post oak (in photo) that we recently inspected.


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Oak Leaf Blister: To Treat or Not to Treat?

Keeping your trees properly pruned, watered and healthy is the best way to avoid pests and diseases. Right now, we are seeing oak leaf blister, a fungal leaf spot disease.