Trees are vital to a healthy environment. You may also love trees because they provide privacy, shade, and beautiful looks. You want to protect the trees in your yard to assist with absorbing carbon emissions, combating climate change, and so on. Here are the dos and don’ts to keeping your tree healthy.
First, you do want to schedule regular tree care maintenance. Tending to your trees on a routine basis can help them grow and thrive. A qualified arborist can inspect trees for signs of disease, while also performing trimming whenever necessary.
Next, don’t ignore dead or broken branches. A dead or broken branch is the first major sign of a dying tree. If you notice a dead or dying branch on your tree, you want to get in touch with an arborist as soon as possible to have your tree inspected for disease, infection, or infestation. You also want a professional to remove the dead or broken branch, as this can be incredibly dangerous. Dead or broken branches can easily fall from the tree, causing damage to your home or property.
Third, you do want to provide the proper water and nutrients for your trees. You can do research online to learn more about the amount of water and the type of nutrients your tree needs. While you can water your trees and provide them with nutrients on your own, a professional arborist has a greater knowledge of what trees need and has better access to the resources necessary to care for your trees.
Don’t leave pests and damage untreated when it comes to your trees. You want to treat your trees as soon as you notice signs of a problem. For example, if your trees are infested with larvae, you need to tend to this problem right away. If you don’t, the larvae can chew their way to another area of your tree and eventually infect the entire tree. It is much harder to nurse a pest-infested tree back to health than it is to remove an invested branch and treat the tree with pest-preventing measures to reduce the chances of the larvae returning.
Follow these do’s and don’ts to care for the trees on your property. If you need help tending to your trees, contact Lamb Tree Care. We are licensed and insured with over 25 years of experience. You can schedule an appointment with our team by calling 941-377-3333 today!