Is Fall a Good Time to Deal with Tree Overgrowth?

Tree overgrowth can cause serious problems for your tree and potentially your home and family. Overgrowth can hide problem areas and allow disease or pest activity to continue for an extended period of time before you take notice. Skipping out on regular pruning can also result in branches that get overloaded and weighed down. Overgrowth can lead to branches that are hanging over your house and hide branches that have died off. All of these issues make it more likely that limbs/branches will fall and damage your house or hurt someone in your family. You need to make time to deal with tree overgrowth in order to maintain the health of your tree and protect both your property and the people on it. If you have been putting off dealing with tree overgrowth, fall is a good time to begin.

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How to Properly Care for Your Trees This Fall

In order to properly care for your trees this fall you need to do something that most homeowners fail to do – pay attention to your trees. The health and care of your trees are easy to ignore because they can continue to look healthy even when problems exist. By the time you see areas that are dying off there has likely been a problem for a long time. You can protect your trees from damage and potentially death by learning how to provide them with proper care in the fall and throughout the year. You can properly care for your trees by looking for signs of pest activity, keeping an eye out for evidence of disease, and by providing an occasional boost of nutrition. 

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These Lawn Tasks are Essential if you Want a Healthy Yard

Just about everyone wants a healthy yard but a quick look around most neighborhoods shows that very few achieve that goal. If you want to develop and maintain a yard that is healthy you must be consistent with a few lawn care tasks. These tasks include regular maintenance, pest control, disease control, weed control, and aeration/fertilization.

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Signs That Your Trees Need a Little Extra Attention this Fall

The fall is a good time to give your trees a little extra attention. Mowing, trimming, and gardening all slow down a bit in the fall and provide you with extra bandwidth to look at the condition of your trees. If you notice dead sections, harmful growths, pest activity, or other signs of disease on your trees then they may need some professional attention this fall.

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Fall Lawn Care Tasks You Should Invest Your Time In

The spring and summer are known by homeowners as the prime yardwork seasons. The grass and flowers are growing quickly and need seemingly constant attention. The fall marks the beginning of a reduction in lawn care tasks and many homeowners look forward to the break. You will soon find that you have to mow less often and will eventually get an extended break from the chore. There are, however, a few lawn care tasks you should still invest your time in during the fall. These fall lawn care tasks will help prepare your yard for the coming changes in the weather and put it on track to be at the peak of health in the spring.

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