Posts made in December, 2017

Caring Tree Diseases

Trees are also prone to diseases and require a proper treatment. It gets difficult to identify diseases in tree because the cause of them are microbial organisms and they spread by microscopic growth and spores. Infectious tree diseases – those diseases that involve not only a tree host, but also an infectious pathogen such as certain fungi, bacteria, nematodes, phytoplasmas or viruses – are among the most vexing maladies that we deal with.

Trees and woods are crucial. They provide homes for wildlife, clean air and water, food and fuel. But they’re under threat. A proper tree care should be taken to cure them from these diseases. Tree diseases can affect any part of the tree, including the tree as whole. For example, we have leaf spot, leaf blotch, needle cast, scab and blister, defoliation and yellowing or chlorosis as named symptoms.

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Lawn Cutting Tips

Lawn Cutting is probably the most important feature of great lawn care. Mowing and cutting your lawn is really the most important of all lawn care tasks. I know that proper watering, fertilizing and weed control are all factors that contribute to healthy turf, but if you don’t cut it correctly, none of those will matter. If you have recently had your lawn re-sodded it’s best to wait ten days to two weeks before you cut your new sod. This time will give the roots a chance to take and of course the grass to grow.

With that in mind, here are some basic, but very important lawn care tips in regards to lawn cutting.

  • Mowing Height
  • Sharp Blade
  • Weekly Mowing a Must
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