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Tree Cabling 101

Tree Cabling 101

Trees’ structural integrity may deteriorate over time for numerous unavoidable reasons. Extreme weather, age, and abnormal growth patterns can contribute to a tree losing structural integrity. If you discover a tree’s branches developing at awkward angles, its trunk...

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Why You Should Have Invasive Trees Removed

Why You Should Have Invasive Trees Removed

90 invasive tree and plant species have appeared in Virginia, and all threaten the native ecosystems. Whether introduced intentionally or accidentally, invasives—by definition—wreak havoc due to their swift growth, destructive impact on natural habitats, and...

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Virginia Insect & Arthropod Pests: Spider Mites

Virginia Insect & Arthropod Pests: Spider Mites

All of us probably recognize common house spiders. However, property owners should also study their close cousins, the spider mites. Although minute, spider mites can have a disastrous impact on a property and devastate once-healthy plants. So, learn what spider mites...

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6 Reasons You May Need Emergency Tree Removal

6 Reasons You May Need Emergency Tree Removal

As much as we may appreciate or admire them, trees are vulnerable to damage from many sources. Indeed, given the right circumstances, trees on your property may become hazards and necessitate emergency tree removal services. Possible catalysts for such cases include...

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The Most Common Causes of Tree Death

The Most Common Causes of Tree Death

Trees are remarkable in their ability to resist numerous dangers, including high winds and infected soil. Evolution has allowed them to develop strong roots, trunks, and branches to withstand natural elements that threaten them. They also give us oxygen, shelter, soil...

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5 Trees to Plant for the Best Fall Colors

5 Trees to Plant for the Best Fall Colors

Colorful trees are a staple of the fall months. Their beautiful array of red, orange, and yellow makes the cooler weather bearable. If you’re a landowner in Northern Virginia who wants to add trees to your landscape this fall, consider scarlet oaks, pin oaks, shagbark...

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