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How Snow Causes Tree Damage

How Snow Causes Tree Damage

Winter frost can be both advantageous and disastrous for trees. For healthy trees with no frost cracks or any damage prior to winter, snow can provide insulation to its roots and lower trunk. Despite its potential benefits, snow can damage most trees by bending and breaking branches.

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Protect Your Trees from Winter Pests

Protect Your Trees from Winter Pests

Most pests and insects hide during the winter but that doesn’t mean they’re not damaging plants and other growth. To survive harsh winters, many of them hide in trunks and cause serious harm to trees’ growth. This damage eventually worsens (and becomes more visible) come spring. Here

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Tips for Winterizing Fruit Trees

Tips for Winterizing Fruit Trees

The thought of picking fresh fruit in your own backyard can be tempting. Trees do not bear fruit overnight, though. It can take months for a mature tree to blossom and bear fruit — it takes even longer when planting a seed or sapling. Caring for fruit

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Five Tree Care Mistakes Made by Homeowners

Five Tree Care Mistakes Made by Homeowners

A tree can be the crowning jewel of a front yard or landscape design. Many homeowners plant trees to add aesthetic value, provide fresh air, and add shade. To ensure a tree grows beautifully, it requires proper care and maintenance. The health of a tree can be

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Tree Care During the Winter

Tree Care During the Winter

When people in Ontario are enjoying the fall season — cooler weather, shorter days, and falling leaves — some northern parts of Ontario get snow as early as October. Just because trees shed their leaves does not mean they do not need care during the winter season.

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When Tree Removal is Necessary

When Tree Removal is Necessary

Trees provide many benefits for both humans and the environment, which is why we need to care for them. Trees provide us fresh air, shelter, food, and raw materials and provide beauty in our neighbourhoods and parks. Regular watering, pruning, and mulching help trees thrive, but despite

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