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It’s time to plant trees in Texas!

Ready to plant new trees? You’re in luck, because fall just happens to be THE perfect time to plant new trees in Texas.


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Shade Tress Help Combat the Urban Heat Island

Warming urban temperatures mean we need to plant more trees to create more shade.


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Caring for Mature Trees

Keeping large mature trees strong and healthy requires some extra effort on your part, but the benefits are worth it!


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Trees Lost to Storms: The Impacts on Urban Tree Canopy

Trees are a major mitigator of rising city temperatures. When we lose tree canopy, urban temperatures get hotter.


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Seasonal Allergies: Which Trees Are to Blame?

If you suffer from allergies at different times of the year, certain trees and grasses are to blame.


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Tree Pest Alert: Oak Sawfly

Are some of the leaves on your oak trees turning brown or look skeletonized? If so, the larvae of oak sawfly could be making a meal of your tree!


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Oak twigs Dropping? Could be Twig Girdler Beetles

If you’ve noticed small branch tips or twigs turning brown and falling from your trees, twig girdler beetles could be the culprit. While healthy trees can generally tolerate this insect, it can cause a lot of damage if its populations get too large.


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Trees Chlorotic? Green Trees Up with Micronutrient Injections

What is chlorosis? It’s a fancy term for the yellowing of the leaves due to the lack of chlorophyll. In extreme cases, the yellowing can cause leaf drop, weakening growth, and twig and branch die-back.