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Harmful Tree Bugs and How To Get Rid of Them

After a long winter, your tree might be in a weaker state; this means it’s the perfect target for pests come spring. Nature provides you with a lot of protection via predators, but sometimes infestations can get out of control. If you’re not paying attention and controlling your trees, they could end up dead.

Here are four pests that are prevalent in Ontario, and could be coming for your trees. Look for the signs and be ready this fall and next spring! Read more

Signs of Tree Trouble: What to Watch For and When to Act

Trees are important to both the ecosystem we rely on, and your property. A beautiful tree is a great asset! But if it starts losing its beauty, you should know why!

It’s important to know when your tree is in need of a pruning or if it isn’t going to make it. Diseased, dying, or dead trees are safety hazards that can pose a threat to yourself, family, and your property. Learn the signs of tree trouble so you can take action when it’s needed!

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Diseased Trees: How To Tell and What To Do

Trees are very independent organisms, and once they’re going, they don’t need babysitting. But keeping an eye on their health is crucial, because while they’re hearty, they’re also very big, and big organisms attract a lot of problems. 

 

Be prepared and know the symptoms of diseased trees as soon as they show themselves. Catching the problem in time can save the tree!

 

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Preparing For The Asian Longhorn Beetle

Our world is increasing in connectivity, more and more every day. These connections bring a lot of positives, but they also come with… well, some unwelcome guests, namely, the Asian Longhorn Beetle.

 

We’ve already discussed the Emerald Ash Borer, a pest that came to the United States and slowly made its way north to us. As its name suggests, this invasive species has a special appetite reserved for ash trees. While we fight to preserve the ash trees we still have, simple things like not planting more of this species of tree can prevent the spread of the beetle. When the next species comes, though, we might not be as lucky.

 

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