tree service in owings mills

Tree Service Eliminates Spider Mites

2019-05-14T16:26:13-05:00June 14th, 2019|Pests|

Difficult to see with the naked eye, spider mites are microscopic members of the arachnid family. They are similar to spiders but much smaller and come in a range of colors, from brown to red, green and yellow, depending on the species and time of year. Found on the underside of tree leaves, spider mites [...]

What Trees are Susceptible to Root Rot?

2019-02-08T14:44:37-05:00February 8th, 2019|Tree health|

Root rot is a serious, often deadly condition for trees. Signs and symptoms of this disease, that can also affect other types of plants, are poor growth habit, wilting or withering leaves, premature leaf drop, branch die-back, and untimely death. If you note any of these signs or other symptoms of poor tree health, it's [...]

Fruit Tree Planted by the Pilgrims Still Alive Today!

2018-10-26T17:51:21-05:00November 16th, 2018|pruning fruit trees|

You may have heard of the Endicott Pear Tree. It stands in Danvers, Massachusetts, and you wouldn't know it to look at it, but it's almost 400 years old! In fact, it's thought to be the oldest cultivated fruit tree in North America. How does a tree live that long? The right conditions and a [...]

Tree Service in Owings Mills Explains Bark Beetles: The Bane of Your Trees

2018-07-26T18:55:17-05:00August 24th, 2018|bark beetles|

Perhaps you have heard about bark beetles invading your neighborhood's trees. Bark beetles have been around for quite a long time and have wreaked large-scale havoc on trees. Since 1996, when bark beetles became very common in the United States, they have destroyed over 41.7 million acres of land with trees. That is an area [...]

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