Tree pruning is to remove damaged branches, allow for new growth or create a distinctive shape. It is important to do it correctly, so you do not end up damaging the tree.
Removing a tree from your yard is no easy job. Tree removal companies need to have a wealth of experience, training, and certification in order to properly assess and complete the job.
Tree injection —also known as trunk injection or stem injection, —is a method of targeting a precise application of pesticides, plant resistance activators, or fertilizers into the xylem vascular tissue of a tree with the purpose of protecting the tree from pests, or to inject nutrients to correct for nutrient deficiencies.
One of the most important advantages of root-feeding is that it breaks up compacted soils, allowing air, water, and nutrients to get to the tree’s roots, encouraging roots to go deeper into the ground. In turf areas or in contained spaces, using a root feeder can encourage downward growth, directing roots growth away from driveways or sidewalks.
Stump removal of the complete main body of the wood heart. Equipment is used to dig out the main body.
Stump grinders are powerful machines that look—depending on their size and model—a little like a lawnmower and a circular saw had a baby together. They’re designed to be rolled up to the stump and then grind it into little pieces.
Stump Killing Treatments:
herbicide treatment is a simple way to control woody invasive plants. An herbicide solution is applied directly to the stump top immediately after cutting down the plant. The herbicide kills the stump and prevents new growth that would normally occur after cutting alone.
An arborist, tree surgeon, or (less commonly) arboriculturist, is a professional in the practice of arboriculture, which is the cultivation, management, and study of individual trees, shrubs, vines, and other perennial woody plants in dendrology and horticulture.
Trees should never be permanently staked. Staked trees develop weak wood and may also develop damaged bark. Staking is not necessary if the tree can support itself after the nursery stake is removed. In very windy locations temporary staking may be beneficial, even if the tree can support itself. If the tree cannot support itself, stake the tree following these guidelines: