AAA Tree Man Inc

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AAA Tree Man Inc
AAA Tree Man Inc is listed in the Tree Services category in New Orleans, Louisiana. Displayed below is the only current social network for AAA Tree Man Inc which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of AAA Tree Man Inc on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 71.

Contact information for AAA Tree Man Inc is:
201 Delacroix Rd
New Orleans, LA 70131
(504) 394-4207

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AAA Tree Man Inc has an overall ZapScore of 71. This means that AAA Tree Man Inc has a higher ZapScore than 71% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in New Orleans, Louisiana is 35 and in the Tree Services category is 24. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Tree Man Inc. shared Tree Care Industry Association's photo.
These little critters not only kill your trees but they also drop a nasty tar-like residue on your cars. It's a sure sign that you may have Aphids in your tree, so keep an eye out!
Washington D.C., July 31, 2017 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) wants to remind the public that August is Tree Check Month. This is the best time to spot the round, drill-like holes made by the Asian longhorned beetle (ALB); a highly destructive invasive pest that destroys trees. “If you love trees, now is the time to take 10 minutes and go outside and look for the signs of this invasive pest,” said Josie Ryan, APHIS’ national operations manager for the ALB eradication program. “Look for round holes the size of a dime or smaller in tree trunks and branches. If you see them or black beetles that have long antennas with black and white bands, report them immediately.” The Asian longhorned beetle has the potential to destroy millions of acres of America's treasured hardwoods, including maple, birch, elm, willow, ash and poplar trees. Unfortunately, there is currently no cure to save infested trees. They need to be removed to keep the beetle from spreading to nearby trees, as well as to protect homes and other personal property since infested trees will die and can drop branches. “Trees infested by the beetle weaken and die over time and are more likely to fall or lose branches during high winds and storms,” added Ryan. “Since we’re in hurricane season, it’s wise to remove trees sooner than later. It’s possible to eradicate this destructive pest, but we need the public’s help to do so. To date, the beetle has been eradicated from Illinois and New Jersey.” The beetle is slow to spread on its own during the early stages of an infestation, so early detection and reporting is critical to containing it. People can also help by not moving firewood from areas quarantined because of ALB, which can transport the beetle hidden inside to new areas. The beetle has distinctive markings that are easy to recognize: Long antennae with black and white bands, longer than the insect’s body. A shiny, jet-black body, about 1” to 1 ½” long, with white spots. Six legs with possible bluish-colored feet. #badbugs #arborist #alb #arboriculture #arboristofinstagram

Tree Man Inc. shared Tree Care Industry Association's photo — with Wesley Faulkner and John A LeMeur.
Backin' out of the work week like... . graphic courtesy of TCIA's Best Practices for Stump Grinder Operations in Arboriculture #stumpday #tcia #stumpgrinding #stumped #treework #treecareindustry #treebiz #arbwork #arboristlife #arboristofinstagram #treesafety

Tree Man Inc. shared Country Living Magazine's video.
We are ready!!!! Bring it on!!!
The countdown continues! 🍂🍃🍂 http://ctrylv.co/uAQiVbx