Fertilizing helps your tree reach its full potential by replenishing all the lost nutrients from the summer months, as well as providing a boost for root growth while the tree lays dormant in the winter, setting it up for maximum health come spring.
Twenty-five years ago, growth regulators were a niche within a niche. They were utilized by large utility companies to keep trees out of power lines, but largely ignored by tree health professionals. Today, growth regulators are better understood, widely used, and benefitting trees in ways beyond growth regulation alone.
In the season of spring, it’s common to see insects moving out and about. While looking at your trees, you may spot pests wandering around and in your trees. These are three of the most commonly seen tree pests seen in St. Louis.
Spring Weather in St. Louis takes a toll on a number of different plants, one being evergreen trees. These plants can be severely affected by the season’s rainfall and winds, so it’s important to be prepared and informed.
We often advise against removing live tree limbs; you may be wondering why.
While removing dead and diseased tree limbs can keep your trees and property safe and healthy, it’s important to avoid removing limbs that are still healthy and living.