5 Fungal Diseases: April Showers Bring May Tree Diseases
Springtime is the mark of new beginnings and growth; however, not all growth is welcome, especially fungal diseases that may destroy your trees. The cool, moist weather of early spring days, like the weather the Northern VA, DC Metro area has already been experiencing this spring, creates the perfect breeding…
5 Insects & Fungi To Look Out For This Fall
Monday marks the first day of fall. With fall comes a new assortment of insects, fungi, and diseases that will feed on and hurt your plants. Learn what pests pose a danger to your trees and shrubs and what signs you should keep an eye out for on your property…
8 Signs Your Tree Is A Safety Hazard
After a storm like the one that hit the DC Metro area on Thursday afternoon, many homeowners are thinking about the safety of their trees. If your trees survived unscathed you’re one of the lucky ones, many people throughout the area experienced snapped limbs, downed trees, and even uprooted trees….
Safety Tips For Hurricanes: Making Sure Your Tree Is Safe.
With Tropical Storm Florence threatening to hit the East Coast the week of Sept 10th, 2018 it’s important to make sure your trees are safe and able to handle the storm. Below are the best actions you can take to make sure your tree is ready to weather a storm….
5 Diseases That Attack After Big Rainstorms
With the recent rainy and hot weather, certain tree diseases are gearing up to attack our landscape. In particular, fungal diseases thrive on our current rainy and warm conditions. When fungal spores are activated and come in contact with a susceptible host they begin to grow, enter, and feed on…