Storm damage, especially from high winds, can be the end for a tree no matter how healthy it was previously. Major wounds can weaken the tree and leave it open for infection, or a key breakage may make it impossible for nutrients and water to travel along the trunk. The following can help you assess your tree and make repairs just in case it can be saved.
Look for Dangerous Breaks
Do you have a standing dead wood tree in your yard that was once infected with termites? It might be a good idea to remove the tree if the termite problem was severe and caused a lot of damage to the bark. Make sure that a professional is hired to remove the tree because it can be a difficult task with the right kind of skills and equipment. Explore the article below for helpful information about getting rid of a standing dead wood tree that was infested with termites.
Growing peaches in your backyard can be very rewarding, but it also requires plenty of attention to detail. In particular, you should keep a close eye on your peach trees for signs of diseases. If diseases are left untreated, they may threaten your peach harvest and the health of your trees. Here is a look at three common peach diseases, their symptoms, and how to best treat each one.
Quite a while ago, I cut down a tree in my backyard. It was starting to die and the twigs only made it harder to keep my lawn nice and trim. Cutting it down helped a lot with the lawn care, but I could only do so much on my own. I didn't see any way for me to dig up the ground and get the stump out, so for a few years I just left it there.