Certified Arborist Blog
By: Randy Alspaw, ISA Certified Arborist WE-7528A
2017 is going to be a great year! We finally experienced some much needed rain and our trees are happy as can be. However, after several years of record breaking drought, our trees suffered tremendously and now is the time to have them examined by an arborist to determine the extent of damage, if any, or to determine how to keep them healthy and thriving!
Ever wondered how your Flowering Pear Tree became infected with Fire blight? Ever wondered why your redwoods are browning and your neighbors aren't? Did you recently notice that your Azaleas and Camellias are turning brown or may be stressed and burning?
All tree services and arborists are NOT the same. Sometimes trees become sick and die for reasons out of our control, but many times it can be that they were infected by a trimmers unsterilzed tools (Fire blight). Redwoods can brown and die from weather-related issues and compaction, but maybe the neighbor added some irrigation, or spoke with an arborist and detemined the best method of slow drip and deep soil fertilization to help remedy the issue. Your Aunt and Uncles' Azaleas and Camellias are deep green and loaded with flowers, maybe because they took advantage of annual fertilization programs! Dont trust your trees and plants to just anyone. The lowest price is NOT always the best. Ask for qualifications and experience and let a true expert help protect your beautiful landscape and financial investment.
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