Frank's Tree Service

Frank's Tree Service
Frank's Tree Service is listed in the Tree Services category in Columbus, Indiana. Displayed below is the only current social network for Frank's Tree Service which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Frank's Tree Service on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 65.

Frank's Tree Service offers Tree Services services in Columbus IN.

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Frank's Tree Service, Inc. shared Bartlett Tree Experts's post.
Some great information from some of our Maryland Arborists on Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) - identification, prevention and treatment.
Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) - Bartlett Tree Experts Daniel Yates, Frederick County, Maryland Arboriculturist on the Left and Daniel Cardenas the Washington Count...

Frank's Tree Service, Inc. shared Tree Services Magazine's post.
Safe tree work requires extensive knowledge of tree physics and biology, which can take years of experience and study to acquire. via Tree Care Industry Association
Other hazards may be invisible to the untrained eye; rotten trunks and limbs, pest and fungal infestations, and other diseases and defects can only be identified and treated by an experienced tree care practitioner.

Frank's Tree Service, Inc. shared WIRED's post.
Pure beauty.
All plants reflect an ultraviolet light that's invisible to the human eye. This dazzling photo series makes that invisible light visible.
Sometimes, plants glow.

Frank's Tree Service, Inc. shared MIT Technology Review's post.
Farmers are blocked from fixing their own John Deere tractors, unless they turn to a black market for software.
Some farmers who own John Deere tractors are using black market code to get around software that restricts how they can repair their equipment.

Frank's Tree Service, Inc. shared Morbark, LLC's post.
"With Southern pine beetles, the Latin name (Dendroctonus frontalis) actually means tree killer, and it is," said Edward Loewenstein, associate professor of silviculture at Auburn University's School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences.
State, federal forest officials fear 2016 drought could fuel major Southern pine beetle infestation this year.