Bartlett Tree Experts

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Bartlett Tree Experts
Bartlett Tree Experts offers Tree Services services in Plymouth MN.

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Bartlett Tree Experts has an overall ZapScore of 79. This means that Bartlett Tree Experts has a higher ZapScore than 79% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Plymouth, Minnesota is 60 and in the Tree Services category is 27. Learn more about ZapScore.

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A girdling root is a lateral root that presses into or circles a tree’s trunk, slowly strangling a tree and restricting the movement of water and nutrients. These roots should be removed carefully to minimize injury to the trunk.

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Did you know Paper Birches provide wonderful homes for wildlife? Chickadees, nuthatches, swallows, and woodpeckers often make these beautiful trees their homes. The Paper Birch received it’s name from the thin peeling bark that was often used as paper for writing messages. These trees were often by Native Americans and fur trappers for canoes. We think these trees are striking in every season!

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Most damage to property during severe weather events occurs due to falling trees and limbs. During winter, the weight of ice and snow accumulations causes failure of branches and even entire trees. Our Certified Arborists can inspect for defects and conditions that could predispose your trees to failure.

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Five reasons your trees are failing - Dr. Kelby Fite from Bartlett Tree Research Laboratories provides insight.
Trees are generally admired for their surface beauty, but their health and vigor springs from what’s underground. That’s according to Dr. Kelby Fite, Director of Research for Bartlett Tree Research Lab in Charlotte, North Carolina, who spoke to Maryland’s master … Continue reading →