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Protect Your Trees By Holding the Salt

In this WVIK Quad Cities article, Robert Spartz from Davey's Quad Cities office talks about how salt can damage your landscape and how to correctly use it if needed. 

Posted: February 4, 2022 salt damaged trees

Robert Spartz, from Davey Tree Expert Company in Eldridge, says that taking a few precautions now will preserve your landscaping in the spring. People should be especially careful if they live in high traffic areas.

"It actually turns that salt into a mist and then what's happening is the mist is getting kind of drafted into the air and is landing on the tree or a shrub or whatever plant it may be that could be potentially hazardous to and it kind of coats that."

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