Shadywood Tree Experts

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Shadywood Tree Experts
Shadywood Tree Experts offers Tree Services services in Minnetonka MN.

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Shadywood Tree Experts has an overall ZapScore of 72. This means that Shadywood Tree Experts has a higher ZapScore than 72% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Minnetonka, Minnesota is 42 and in the Tree Services category is 27. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Is your sugar maple showing its fall color sooner than normal? Check out this article from the Star Tribune explaining potential reasons for decline. Call or email us and we'll send out an ISA Certified Arborist at no charge for a free evaluation of your trees. (952)933-0614 or tree.care@shadywoodtreeexperts.com http://www.startribune.com/sick-maple-trees-becoming-epidemic-in-minnesota/443743323/
A generation of container-grown trees are coming of age — and showing their distress.

In just a few days six ISA Certified Arborists from Shadywood Tree Experts will be volunteering at Saluting Branches. Saluting Branches is an opportunity for Arborists to unite and show support for Veteran Remembrance by providing top level tree care. We're looking forward to maintaining the trees at Fort Snelling Cemetery along with other Arborists who share our passion for tree care and a desire to support the community. https://www.salutingbranches.org/
1,909 volunteers and growing! Congratulations arborist community! Because of your amazing passion and support of this event we are way ahead of last year’s record number. Let’s see how big we can make this! sign up now The 3rd Annual Saluting Branches will be Wednesday, September 20, 2017. Saluting…

Mineral deficiencies cause leaf chlorosis and eventual death of trees. Tree species susceptible are oak, birch and maple. We have treatment programs available.

The first hints of the brilliant red fall color in a Burning Bush (Euonymus alatus) -Steve

Diplodia blight is a disease that stunts and kills new growth on austrian and red pine. When severe it also causes branch cankers that girdle and kill branches. We have good success reducing blight with fungicide spray programs if treated before the disease becomes severe. -Dave