Davey in the News
Silent Killers Stalk Backyard Giants
You may think you live in a safe neighborhood, but if you were a tree you'd think differently. Tree thugs are on the loose. Experts know most of the suspects, have their photos, and can even name their general whereabouts. But without involvement from tree owners, there is a limit to how much the experts can do.
Trees may play a big part in the urban healthcare of the future
It has long been known that trees – with their soothing emerald hues and mesmeric asymmetries – afford us psychological benefits.
Great Gardening: Much to share after gathering of garden writers
Imagine four days surrounded by book authors, news columnists, magazine writers and photographers, talking day and night about plants, gardens, gardening and horticulture careers.
Thousand Cankers Disease prompts wood quarantine in Pa.
Caused by a fungus that's transported by the walnut twig beetle, the disease attacks the innermost layer of a tree's bark, called the phloem.
Going green... It's easier than you think!
Having a big tree or two outside your energy efficient windows is another way to be green and save on energy costs.
Disease threatens a valuable Pennsylvania lumber source
As trees go, black walnuts are the superheroes of Pennsylvania's forests. Strong and resistant to most aggressive insects and sickness, their lumber is among the most valued in the state.