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

Sudden Limb Drops: Why Eucalyptus Trees Shed Their Limbs and What to Look Out For

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A healthy eucalyptus tree can provide an area with many benefits. They grow quickly, up to 15 feet per year, offer shade, act as a natural wind barrier and are also visually appealing. They also attract wildlife, such as lorikeets, eastern rosellas and possums. However, despite their hardiness and ability to adapt to most climates and soil types, eucalyptus trees are prone to shedding leaves, bark and, more worryingly, limbs.…

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Heart Rot - Identification, Treatment and Prevention

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If you have mature trees on your property, you should have them pruned and looked over annually by an experienced local tree services company.  An experienced arborist will be able to spot the early signs of diseases, such as heart rot, and take steps to prevent extensive damage to the tree from occurring.  In between visits, you can keep an eye on your trees too.  But, how do you spot heart rot and how can it be prevented?…

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7 Issues to Address When Planting a Tree in Your Yard

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Whether you have just moved into a new home, or have decided to give your existing yard a makeover, adding a tree to your property offers a multitude of benefits. As well as the obvious qualities like clean air, shade and beauty; if you stick to native Australian trees such as the glorious Golden Wattle, research shows your yard will attract more bird species.  Take the time to carefully consider each of the following conditions before selecting and planting your tree, and the value of your property could rise by 5.…

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