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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.


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Tree Removal: Why Making the Right Cut Matters

While highly trained expert tree crews might make tree removals look easy - they require a high level of expertise and safety training. An inexperienced crew taking down a large tree could mean disaster.


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Where did the Rain go?? Summer Watering Tips for Lawns & Trees

The quick onset of hot dry conditions can take a toll on your normally lush trees and lawns. While we aren’t under severe drought conditions as in previous years, it’s still important to provide supplemental water when rainfall is sparse.


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Lawns vs. Shade trees: Which One Wins?

Lawns and Shade Trees Don't Always Get Along.


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Plant Disease Alert: Entomosporium Leaf Spot

The intense heavy rains we’ve received over the past year have encouraged a big uptick in certain plant fungal diseases. Entomosporium leaf spot disease is one we are seeing run rampant this spring and summer.


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How Saturated Soils From Heavy Rains Impact Your Trees

When we get torrential downpours, like we’ve had recently, the soil around DFW can max out on its water-holding capacity. While it’s good for our water reservoirs and lakes to fill up, your trees could be drowning.


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Lawn Disease Alert: Brown Patch

Heavy rains not only compact soils and raise humidity, but also create the perfect environment for fungal diseases, such as brown patch, in your lawn.