Virginia Insect & Arthropod Pests: Hemlock Woolly Adelgid

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Dead limbs and diminished growth are disconcerting signs for any tree. Should a “woolly” substance also appear on it, property owners might fear the worst for their tree. This combination of symptoms often indicates a hemlock woolly adelgid infestation. Nevertheless, proper identification and personalized tree care can prevent you from ending up with a dying […]

Tree Structure Evaluation

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At any stage of its life, a tree may develop structural issues that—given enough time—could injure or kill it. For this reason, you should have regular tree structure evaluations performed. An arborist can assess root problems, disease and decay, damaged or dead limbs, and cracks that present a threat to the tree’s health. Moreover, a […]

Dutch Elm Disease

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Elm trees are one of the most common types of trees in the US. There are between 30 to 40 species of deciduous trees within the genus, and they’ve grown in popularity in the landscaping industry (and have for years). However, several species across the country are vulnerable to a disease called Dutch elm disease, […]

April Tip of The Month: Make sure to have your trees inspected for Winter storm damage, broken branches, cracked bark, or any signs of disease or insect infestation. Learn More.