Tree-Maintenance Tips for Hotel Owners and Other Tree Savvy Blogs

Have You Done Your Tree Risk Assessment Before The Summer Storms Arrive?

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Spring is a fantastic time to head out into the back garden and get it tidied up ready for the summer entertaining months which are not too far away. As someone who has recently moved into a home with a lot of trees on the property, you have concerns about the health of a couple of them. You know that dead trees can become flying missiles during summer storms, but you’re not too sure whether these trees can still be saved.…

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Bushfire Destruction: 3 Steps To Help Your Native Trees After The Inferno Has Gone

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Another Australian summer has come to an end, and once again there have been plenty of bushfires keeping fire brigades busy. Returning to a home after a bushfire moves through is frightening, as you don’t know what to expect. As someone who has recently moved into a Victorian rural area, you already know how to prepare to flee if fires flare in your area. You also know what to do about your home when you return to find it is damaged.…

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Two steps to take if you discover a diseased tree in your garden

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If you have discovered that one of the trees in your garden has developed a disease, there are two steps you will need to take. Read on to find out what these steps are. Take measures to avoid the spread of disease If you have other trees in your garden, it is absolutely essential to avoid touching the trunk or walking over the visible roots of the diseased tree, as this could lead to the harmful bacteria or fungi present on its bark being transferred to your feet or hands.…

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