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TreeHelp.com: Trees: Species: Crabapple
... after July will reduce floral display and fruiting for the following year. Irrigation If trees are well established after the first year, little additional watering is needed unless drought ... Japanese beetles and other pests are easily controlled with insecticides. Control may be warranted in young trees if one-third to one-half of the foliage is affected. Recommendations These recommendations ...
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TreeHelp.com: How to Choose a Tree
... to foundation, concrete and asphalt structures, and drainage structures. Trees can play an important role in climate control. Deciduous trees planted on the south, west and east perimeters of a ... issue to consider. Young trees do best when planted in good-quality, well-drained loamy soil. Heavy clays in poorly-drained sites present particular problems as many species of trees including white ...
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TreeHelp.com: How Care for Trees in Winter
... and subsequent cracking at the same place can cause major damage. In the case of young trees, the tree owner might consider wrapping the bark as part of the fall maintenance procedure ... Breakage The Problem Branches are more vulnerable to breakage during the winter. Particularly for deciduous trees, the wood hardens and becomes somewhat more brittle and susceptible to wind damage. Then there ...
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TreeHelp.com: Trees: Species: Baldcypress Trees
... Search the Arborist Directory Sign Up for the TreeHelp Newsletter! Home > Trees > Species Info > Flat-rate shipping Shipping is free on orders ... leaves in the fall. The growth habit is narrow while young but becomes broader as the plant ages. Common Bald ... let dead or diseased branches remain on the tree. Keep trees healthy with regular fertilization. Michigan State University Extension Service Back ...
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TreeHelp.com: Trees: Species: Douglas-fir Trees
... Shipping is free on orders over $100 Custom Care Kits for Trees Rapitest Soil and Moisture Testers Insect Control Products Quality, hand ... this plant include massing and specimen plant. Planting Notes Plant trees with balled and burlapped roots. Plant in a location that ... tree because the needles do not easily fall off. When young, its dense growth makes it a beautiful evergreen. This material ...
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TreeHelp.com: Shrubs: Species: Junipers
... Search the Arborist Directory Sign Up for the TreeHelp Newsletter! Home > Trees > Species Info > Flat-rate shipping Shipping is free on orders over $100 Custom Care Kits for Trees Rapitest Soil and Moisture Testers Insect Control Products Quality, hand ... and scale-like leaves, which are usually needle-like on young plants. The leaves are opposite or in threes with the ...
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TreeHelp.com: Trees: Species: Kentucky Coffee Tree
... Canada U.S.A. Search the Arborist Directory Sign Up for the TreeHelp Newsletter! Home > Trees > Species Info Kentucky Coffee Tree TreeHelp Product Suggestions: Custom Care Kits Kentucky Coffee Tree ... woody, strong growth rather than excessive foliar growth. Longer, weaker branches should be pruned when young to promote a stronger structure. Problems Relatively pest-free. Messy habit. Back to Tree ...
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TreeHelp.com: Trees: Species: Pear
... soil. Problems Has few pests. Somewhat resistant to fire blight. Narrow crotch (branch) angles make trees susceptible to storm damage. Alternatives Consult local sources, including historic or public gardens and arboreta ... a desirable plant. It is an excellent lawn, specimen plant, or street tree. Pyramidal when young, it becomes upright or rounded with age. This material was developed by Carol Ness ...
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TreeHelp.com: Trees: Species: Tuliptree
... the Arborist Directory Sign Up for the TreeHelp Newsletter! Home > Trees > Species Info > Flat-rate shipping Shipping is free on orders over $100 Custom Care Kits for Trees Rapitest Soil and Moisture Testers Insect Control Products Quality, ... to transplant. Once established, it is a fast growing tree. Move young plants with balled and burlapped roots in the spring. ...
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TreeHelp.com: How to Prevent Construction Damage
... , remove unwanted trees when none of the trees have leaves. When trees are in full leaf, sudden removal of nearby trees is a shock and can cause sunburn to other trees. Make clean ... . Fertilize. Severely stressed trees should not be fertilized until they become re-established a year or two later. Young, rapidly growing trees should be fertilized annually. Mature trees may be fertilized every ...
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