HOW TO HELP EVERGREEN SHRUBS WITH WINTER BURN

For people living in cold climates, a sunny, warm day that interrupts an otherwise gloomy winter is something to look forward to. For evergreens in

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TCIA Magazine Article: Accreditation Profile – Asheville Arborists

Please enjoy this brief excerpt from the August 2018 TCIA Magazine!   By Janet Aird Nich Maidment, owner of Asheville Arborists in Asheville, North Carolina,

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How to Get Rid of Spring Webworms or Eastern Tent Caterpillars

In spring, tree leaves aren’t the only thing breaking out of their shells. After spending the winter in a hideaway, pesky insects also come alive in

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Program Preps Inmates for Jobs in Tree Care

By Patricia Chaundoin When Shea Zwerver was an undergraduate at a small liberal arts college in Pennsylvania, she had two seemingly divergent passions: social sciences

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What Trees to Add (Or Cut Down) To Increase Property Value

Whether you’re getting ready to sell your home or settling in for the long haul, you want to make decisions that benefit you. And some home

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Can You Keep Big Trees Small or Limit Tree Height?

Watching a tree grow is magical. Day by day, it slowly grows (without catching our attention). Then, we turn around, and the former sapling is

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Things We Heart – February 2018 (TCIA)

We’ve rounded up some of the best tree stuff on the web for your enjoyment. Check out this month’s highlights below: Recreation. Photography and videography.

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What Time of Year Do Pine Trees Drip Sap (and Can I Stop It?)

Pine trees wow with their array of colors–jade needles, chocolate-brown cones and hickory-colored bark. And for a short time of the year, some pines add

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Is It OK to Keep Outdoor Tree Lights on Year Round?

After we recycle our Christmas trees and stow away our stockings, one decoration always seems to linger: outdoor Christmas lights. Maybe you love the look o f a

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Ambrosia Beetle (PSHB) is Eating Southern California

By Ian Gray, BCMA, CTSP During my first week of work, in September 2016, as the new City Arborist in Claremont, California, my supervisor handed

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