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  • Common pests to be on the look out for this spring

    ​As the spring begins to rear its head, you’ll have some work on your hands getting your trees prepared for their peak-growing season. One of the most important tasks you’ll take part in – is inspecting your trees for pests and diseases, to make sure they’re coming back from those harsh, winter months as strong as possible. Simply put, the winter can put a real beating on trees and as such, many m...

Seacoast Tree Care LLC

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  • Dealing with those dangling tree branches

    ​Everyone loves the trees in their yard – from the life and vibrancy they give to your surroundings to the color they add to your curb appeal. But sometimes, those branches get a little too long. Sometimes, their branches droop a little too much. Sometimes, the branches begin to grow over your property line. No matter which direction they’re growing in, it’s important to know what to do and when t...

  • Spring Startup Tips

    As the snow melts and the weather warms up, it quickly becomes one of the most important times for any tree aficionado. Springtime is the time to get the most out of any potential tree growth. ​Not only is your usual maintenance important, but it’s also time to protect against and look for the kinds of things can that hold your trees back; things like diseases, infections, pests and the like. Gett...

Seacoast Tree Care LLC

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  • How to deal with salt damage

    Needless to say, we’re in the midst of peak snow season and with it comes the spreading of salt, sand and all sorts of other minerals that get flung all over the ground in order to prevent ice from freezing, snow from accumulating and the like. All in all, this is a good thing – but it’s also worth noting that these substances can do a real job on your trees. ​This week’s blog lets you know what t...

Seacoast Tree Care LLC

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Generated 1 month ago

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  • Soil Organics – What is it? What does it do?

    ​Scientists have known for a long time just how important soil organics can be to the plants they support. From what nutrients are available and water holding capacity to disease control and resistance – managing a plant’s soil and the things we supplement it with can have an enormous impact on the micro-ecosystems they support. So what is it? Simply put, Plants get nutrients from one of two ...

Seacoast Tree Care LLC

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  • Won’t you be my neighbor?

    One of the most common problems we deal with that no one sees coming is how to deal with issues with your neighbor’s plants. That can include tree removal where a tree straddles a property line, root systems that might impact construction projects they might have, dead or dangling branches, diseases – heck – even pests. We give you all sorts of advice on this blog on how to manage your own trees, ...

  • How to deal with a tree damaged in a snowstorm

    ​Whether we like it or not – snow is just a part of life in New England in the winter. Unfortunately, snow and more particularly a lot of snow – can do quite a number on trees. Today’s blog is going to talk about what to do when or if snow damages your tree and what you can do about it heading forward. Safety first, safety alwaysThe last thing you want to do is become the victim of a fallen t...

  • A season for the season

    ​A substantial chunk of being an arborist in the northeast comes with grappling with a myriad of challenges. While New England is hardly the arctic – it gets cold here; and while not the tropics – it gets quite warm here, to boot. Bottom line is – there are four seasons and as such, it takes a lot of forethought and planning in order to provide the best care for our client’s trees. We’re comi...

  • Anti-Transpirants: Winter is here!

    The new year brings many things with it – a time to reflect, give thanks but also to take an all-important breather in order to prepare for the things yet to come. For trees – it marks the beginning of the cold season for your landscape and as such, this week’s post is dedicated to sharing with you a quick of fast-acting fixes before the harsh weather truly begins to set in. Believe it or not...

  • What to do in the winter? Tree Care Tips For When it's cold out

    ​With the cold (finally) beginning to set in around the region, winter is finally upon us. While winter is commonly viewed as a ‘down season’ for tree maintenance, there’s still much you can do to take care of your trees and ensure that they bounce back better than ever once the warm weather begins to make it’s way back in the Spring months. Here are some things you can do to keep your tree in tip...

  • Dealing with Winter Moths

    Today, we’re going to tackle an emerging threat to our wildlife – the Winter Moth.​Only a few years ago, Winter Moths were confined – mostly – to southeastern New England; but more recently has made its way north into our back yard here on the seacoast. These meddlesome pests manifest themselves in the form of tiny, green caterpillars that tunnel into the buds of a variety of trees – from oaks, ma...

  • Saving the last few Elms

    Elms are synonymous with New England and New Hampshire. Sadly, these trees have been dying off at an almost unthinkable rate over the past 100 years or so. The deep decline in population is due to a disease called Dutch Elm Disease that is spread by a specific kind of beetle – and has proven incredibly difficult to contain. It’s a disease that can be headed off at the pass (with proper maintenance...

  • Keeping your trees warm in the winter

    Winter is coming and if the Farmer’s Almanac has anything to say about it – this one is going to be cold and snowy. We got off a little easy last year here in the Seacoast region – and as such, it’s important to give ourselves a little refresher on taking care of your trees in the winter.​As we’ve mentioned in previous blogs, it’s important to make sure that every winter you find some sort of insu...

  • Combating Bronze Birch Borer

    That ugly critter you see in the photo is what we call a Bronze Birch Borer and they represent a huge issue with regards to the health of Birch trees along the seacoast and greater New England.What they are, what they do? Credit: Dept of Entomology, U of M Birch borers are insects that well… feed on birch trees and can be identified by their bronze/coppery thorax, legs and abdomen. They have ...

  • Cold Stresses and the trees in the winter

    ​With the weather beginning to cool both during the day and night, we’re reminded that winter is just around the corner. Winter can be an extremely stressful time for a tree at anywhere on the geographic map, but especially here in New England and New Hampshire – where our cold season comes with a little more bite. During the winter months, trees have to deal with something called ‘cold stres...

Seacoast Tree Care LLC

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Generated 6 months ago

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  • Fertilizing your trees in the Fall

    ​With much of the major growing season having come to a close – fall is usually a time reserved for clean up and maintenance; to prep your trees and plants for the coming winter. While there’s certainly much to be done, one of the things not always commonly associated with the fall is fertilizing your trees. In the past, the basic concept was to fertilize plants in the spring to give them the kind...

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