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Fungi That Trees Get In Central Texas

As a homeowner or business owner, you need to care for your trees just like you would with any other part of your landscape. Part of tree care involves recognizing the signs of dis...

Top Trees To Plant In Austin

Figuring out the top trees to plant in Austin won't give you one specific answer or list of trees. That is because everyone has personal preferences. Some homeowners want trees tha...

Fireblight And Bradford Pears

No matter the type of trees you have on your Austin property, you need to pay close attention to them and ensure that they are healthy and free from both disease and infestations. ...

Bacterial Leaf Scorch

Bacterial leaf scorch is sometimes abbreviated as BLS and can also be referred to as marginal leaf burn. This issue affects plants and trees across the country, including in Austin...

Why Post Oaks are Sensitive to Change

The post oak is a large tree, which grows to some 75 feet tall, with a dense, rounded canopy width equal to its height. It produces acorns that are about one inch long, and are a f...

Top Ten Reasons to Hire A Certified Arborist

If you have ever taken an interest in the trees on your property or considered a serious planting, then it's likely you have thought about whether or not you should consider a cert...

The 5 Most Common Tree Diseases In Austin

Whether you own a house, a business, or another type of property in Austin, you should be aware of the most common tree diseases in Austin. You want to know what to watch out for a...

Benefits of Mulching Trees

When you, as a homeowner, have just planted a new tree on your property, one of the best things you can do for that tree is to place a nice layer of mulch under the tree's dripline...

Spider Mites and Conifer Trees

Conifer trees are an important part of our landscape. They offer shade, natural beauty, shelter for birds and small animals such as squirrels, and food for the same. Those that gro...

What Causes Conks And Mushrooms On Trees

When mushrooms or conks, also called a bract or shelf, grow on tree bark, it is usually a sign that the tree is infected with a rot-inducing pathogen. While not all mushrooms are h...