Are All Fungus Dangerous to Trees?

2019-03-26T14:39:16-05:00April 5th, 2019|Fungus, Tree Trimming|

Often mistaken for moss, tree lichen is the blue-green organism that grows on trees. Many people believe that a tree covered in lichen is an indication the tree is sick or dying. However, lichen is not harmful to trees. Lichen attaches to the tree bark but cannot penetrate deep enough to cause damage to the [...]

Tree Service in Reisterstown Helps You Identify Common Tree Fungus

2018-05-10T15:28:53-05:00May 11th, 2018|Fungus|

Trees have may functional and aesthetic benefits. However, unhealthy trees can be a major safety concern. One cause of tree damage is fungus. Fungi attacks can cause decomposition and even take down the entire or sections of a tree. When you suspect fungi in your trees, calling a tree service in Reisterstown should be your [...]

Tree Service in Carney Can Handle Fungus

2018-04-19T18:19:13-05:00April 20th, 2018|Fungus|

The word 'fungus' probably has most people recoiling in disgust, and with good reason!. Fungal growth isn't something that anyone wants to deal with, ever. Particularly if you have fruit or flowering trees, you want to make sure the fungus is taken care of to keep your trees - and yourself - healthy. This is [...]

Maple Trees Showing Black or Brown Spots?

2018-03-24T17:20:20-05:00March 2nd, 2018|Fungus|

As the weather warms up and people start wandering out into their yards, you may notice that there are some strange spots on the leaves of your maple trees that you've never seen before. What is this, and can it hurt your trees? What Is Tar Fungus Doing to Your Maple Trees? Maple leaves are [...]

White Growth on Trees Thrives with Rain

2017-11-21T20:42:01-05:00November 24th, 2017|Fungus|

As a homeowner, you likely already know that there are a lot of things that could befall your trees from diseases to pests and more. However, you don't likely know what all of the signs and symptoms mean, should they arise. For example, if you see white growth on trees, particularly after rain, then you [...]

Fungal Disease Takes down Oak Population

2016-02-04T21:01:56-05:00February 5th, 2016|Fungus, Invasive Species, Issues|

Trees have a lot of issues to contend with.  Recently, though, oaks have been suffering under Phytophthora ramorum, which you've likely never heard of.  This fungal disease has started to ravage "more than 100 plant species" and has decimated "over 1 million trees in coastal forests in California."  Clearly, this is a problem that needs [...]

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