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How to Prepare for Texas Winter

Even in Texas we will have a Winter and it is on its way.  Our hot temps can sometimes fool us into thinking Winter won’t stop by this year but even if it is late we still get a Winter and we must make sure our trees are ready.  Read below so you will be ready for our Texas…

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Benefits of Deep Root Fertilization

Deep root fertilizing is a simplified procedure in the arboriculture industry used to deliver vital nutrients to shrubs and trees. It is a controlled fertilization procedure which involves sending the feed to the root system directly. Contrary to conventional fertilization methods which distribute feed to the surface of the tree, deep root fertilization distributes the feed under the surface…

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Winter is coming! How safe are your plants

Being the coldest season of the year, the winter can be hard on trees especially ones that are exposed, the young and newly planted. These types of plants are not fully established as they lack mature barks and extensive roots, making them susceptible to the wrath of the season. Texas, being an inland region, experiences one of the coldest…

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The Benefits of Pruning and Tips

If you are a horticulturist or gardener, there is no doubt that you love seeing your trees, flowers, shrubs, plants, and everything else in between flourish well, show good health, and even bear as many fruits as possible. Of course, you have to ensure it gets sufficient life ingredients like water, warmth, and so on and forth, but there…

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Why Does Your Tree Have Tiny Holes in the Trunk?

We all know the importance of trees in your gardens, yards, or farms. Some are planted for commercial purposes like timber harvesting, fruits, and so on and so forth, while others are meant to beautify our properties. That sounds great, right? Well, how will you feel when you realize that your maple tree or oak tree has some holes…

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Top 5 Fruit Trees to Grow in Texas

Growing fruits in Texas is a challenging pursuit for even the most devoted professionals, though for beginners it may appear impossible. The soil in this region ranges from hard and tough to sandy and soft, and the unpredictable weather lead lots of potential fruit growers to give up in frustration. Nonetheless, regardless of the relative ease of walking to…

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How to Keep Ticks Out of Your Yard

Did you know tick-borne diseases have more than tripled in the last 12 years? Each year, there are more Lyme cases than the year before! Eek! Because of that, we need to be more careful than ever. Of course, that means you should use a repellent spray or repellent-treated clothing when you’re out in the woods. But you should do your best to minimize the population around your home, too. …

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Is Your Backyard Safe

Backyards are a great place to plant trees and other shrubberies. It’s a great place to make memories with family and friends. A backyard is a space where children play and let their imagination run wild. A big backyard is the best! Some Dangers to Be Aware Of However, that’s only when your backyard is safe. There can be…

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Managing Potential Tree Hazards

We all love and need trees. Trees are an essential resource on which all of us depend. They provide necessary oxygen. Help provide wildlife with habitats and shelter from the elements. They even provide us with fuel for fire, to use in many aspects of our lives. Trees Provide So Many Benefits For many of us, we even remember…

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How to Keep Varmints Out of Your Fruit Trees

When we think of tree care we think of watering our trees and removing dead branches. However, there is another form of tree care. If you have a fruit tree, you may have varmints trying to eat and steal the fruit off your tree. It can be very annoying and can end up hurting your trees. We can get…

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