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Tree Care: Boring Insects

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Imagine a most-hated list for insects that impact landscape trees. Even if a different list was compiled for each region of the United States, a borer or two would show up on every one.   More
Monday, April 1, 2002 Phillip Meeks

Protect Your Tree

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Here’s one obvious manner in which the plant and animal kingdoms differ: among plants, it’s the big guy that gets picked on.    More
Friday, March 1, 2002 Phillip Meeks

Trees Add Value

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Ask a timberland manager about the value of a tree, and he`s likely to quote a figure anywhere between a hundred dollars and several thousand.    More
Tuesday, January 1, 2002 Phillip Meeks

Tree Health Care Using Microinjection Technology

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More and more landscape contractors are adding tree care to their services. If you are thinking of offering this service, the best way to begin with no investment in eauipment, sprayers, etc.    More
Monday, October 1, 2001 Dr. Terry A. Tattar

If These Trees Could Talk

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If trees could talk, it would sure take all the guesswork out of the equation. However, if you know what to look for, ailing trees can speak volumes. Some deficiencies, like chlorosis, are obvious, but other systemic problems are more subtle.   More
Tuesday, May 1, 2001 Lana Robinson

If These Trees Could Talk

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When the word ?scandal? comes up at a dinner party, two geographical locations on opposite sides of the country immediately come to mind: Hollywood, California and Washington, DC.    More
Tuesday, May 1, 2001 Phillip Meeks

Beetle Attack

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We have met the enemy, and it is a bug ? the Asian long-horned beetle. It?s really pretty discreet, only an inch-and-a-quarter long in adulthood, but this same trait that makes the beetle so inconspicuous is also what makes it such a guerrilla.    More
Sunday, April 1, 2001 Phillip Meeks

Trees Enhance the Landscape

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Trees have always been a vital part of the landscape. Today, they?re especially valuable as more asphalt and concrete is laid and public concern over environmental issues rises.    More
Thursday, March 1, 2001 Tracy Powell

Avoid Pitfalls That Damage and Kill Trees

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As the demand for landscaping continues to grow and expand, contractors are looking for new and better ways to serve their clients.    More
Monday, May 1, 2000 Marty Shaw

Trees Need To Feed Too

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They?re big, they?re beautiful, and they?re an untapped profit center for many landscape professionals--they?re trees. And the best thing is, if there aren?t any trees already on a property, including them in the overall design by transplanting is an easy sell.    More
Saturday, April 1, 2000 Tracy Powell