Arbor Tech Tree Care

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Arbor Tech Tree Care
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In the Northeast suburbs of central Osaka stands a curious train station unlike any other. Kayashima Station features a rectangular hole cut into the roof of the elevated platform and, from inside, a giant tree pokes its head out like a stalk of broccoli. It’s almost like a railway version of Laputa

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Think the deer will leave you plants alone this fall and winter, just because there aren't as many tasty leaves? Think again! Bucks can cause a substantial amount of damage to your trees, mostly on the trunks, when they rub their antlers up and down trees to mark their territory, attract does, and assert themselves by banging their antlers into the trees to make noise. These assaults on trees can damage the vascular system just below the bark. Young trees are the most susceptible, but any tree with soft, pliable wood are equally as vulnerable, regardless of size. We can install deer guard on your trees to protect them from this damage, which can be fatal. Whether it's a single trunk, has multiple leads, or even takes an odd turn, we can install it on nearly any tree. These are installed in the fall and removed in the spring.

The City of Baltimore has over half a million Ash Trees. Nearly a fifth of those are on city property such as streets and parks, while the remaining trees are on private and residential property. The majority of these are large, mature trees that make up a large part of Baltimore's canopy. And that's just the City - imagine just how many there are in the metro area. Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is a highly destructive pest that has been found in the Baltimore area. It doesn't move quickly, and its effects can take a while to be seen, but don't let that give you false hope. EAB is here and choosing to do nothing about it is choosing to let your Ash Trees die. An untreated tree has a 100% mortality rate within 2-3 years of first infestation. 100%. Trees that are treated before an infestation, or early on in an infestation, have a nearly 100% survival rate if caught early enough. Nearly 100%. Which 100% odd do you prefer? We STRONGLY urge you to have any and all Ash Trees on your property treated to prevent EAB. An untreated tree will die and will become a hazard to your home, family, pets, and guests. We are in the process of evaluating and treating Ash Trees right now. This is the ideal time to treat your Ash Trees. A treatment today will protect your trees from EAB for two years. It doesn't take long and the treatment is injected directly into the tree, so there is no concern over chemicals being spread to other parts of your property. Call our office at 410-357-8445 if you would like to have your Ash Trees treated this fall. Don't know if you have Ash Trees? Our arborists can help you determine that, too.
Specimens from a suspect tree in Concord were collected and sent to scientists at the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, which confirmed the insect's identity.