Safety and Storm Work Go Hand in Hand [Article from TCIA Magazine]

By Kevin Myers, CTSP When it comes to cleaning up after a big storm, arborist crews generally must be ready for anything. Any given service

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Blue Spruce Tree Needles Turning Yellow, Brown, Then Dropping? Check for…

Four years ago, Ron Linger of Ohio planted 100 blue spruce trees. Recently, he told WKBN news that his “trees weren’t looking very good. A lot of

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Dr. Dirr’s Tree Spotlight: Corylus fargesii- Farges filbert or hazel

With the loss of Fraxinus, ash, to emerald ash borer and no resistance among the 22 U.S. native species; the uncertainty of long term performance

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How to Prevent Your Trees and Your House from Meeting

By:  Barry Davis, Chubb That beautiful old oak tree in front of your home was your pride and joy, until it fell on the roof

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Bagworms Are Back!

Bagworms are back!  by Chuck Royer   These invasive insects look like cone-shaped sacs that can sometimes be mistaken for pine cones. The sacs look like cocoons that

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Woody Plant Identification: Utilizing ALL the Senses to Bring Order to Chaos

Always enjoyed TREES and SHRUBS, desired to know their names and learn their characteristics. Reflect to my youth, hunting squirrels with my Dad, collecting Ohio

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“10 Subrogation Mistakes Insurance Companies Keep Making”

Excerpt from www.claimsjournal.com article “10 Subrogation Mistakes Insurance Companies Keep Making” by Gary Wickert July 6, 2017   “(3) THE PARABLE OF THE PEBBLES: Lack

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