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The limb is falling! The limb is falling!

Everyone’s familiar with the story of “Chicken Little”, the pint-sized poultry who proclaimed “the sky is falling.” Well, he needs to get to work prognosticating about tree-limb failure. Most summers are complete with sporadic limb failure, but an added effect of this historically

Posted in Tree Advice, Tree Preservation, Tree Research Tagged with: damage, drought, failure, heat, loss, pruning, thinning, tree

Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) in Buffalo, NY

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has announced that Emerald Ash Borer has been detected in Buffalo. This is the first infestation found in Erie County. Recently, several purple traps have been distributed throughout our area to

Posted in Environmental Issues, Pests and Diseases Tagged with: ash, damage, DEC, eab, elm, emerald ash borer, environment, insects, invasive, new york, NY, pest, threat

Spring Storms

You would expect to see a Hiroshima-type scene if you read headlines like “Nine Tornadoes Reported in Dallas-Fort Worth,” but that’s not always the case. Anyone who’s lived in north Central Texas knows about the damage that comes with spring storms and the

Posted in Urban Tree Care Tagged with: damage, hazard, storm, tornado, tree, tree structure

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