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Tree roots need porous spaces in the soil to allow for growth. When soil is compacted, cultivating that soil is critical to improving growing conditions.

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Tree roots need porous spaces in the soil to allow for growth. When soil is compacted, cultivating that soil is critical to improving growing conditions.

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During winter, trees should be inspected for structural problems that increase the likelihood that branches will break or the entire tree will fall.

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Winter brings many challenges for trees that are exposed to harsh weather and extreme temperatures.

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Trees with codominant stems are more likely to fail than those with a single stem. Pruning or structural support systems can improve the strength of trees.

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With cooling temperatures and increased rain, autumn is a great time to plant new trees in your landscape.

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Soil lacking in iron adversely impacts tree health. A common symptom is yellowing between the veins of leaves.

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This time of year an inspection of all parts of the tree by a Certified Arborist is a good way to determine if there are any structural concerns that may predispose a tree to failure.

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Fast-growing trees and shrubs need to be pruned regularly to manage their size. In some cases, growth regulators can be a good option to help reduce the need for frequent pruning.

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A long-lasting herbicide product may sound good, but there are dangers in applying some of these products to eliminate weeds.

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Aphids are common sucking insects that feed on plant juices, causing discoloration and damage.

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