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The southern pine beetle is one of the most destructive insects to pine in the South and Southeast with the ability to rapidly kill large trees.
White, tan, or rust colored resin flowing on the trunks of austrian, scots and red pines could indicate an infestation of Zimmerman Pine Moth (ZPM) caterpillars.
When it’s nice outside, your lawn hosts games of tag, family picnics and dashes through the sprinkler. It’s a wide open space for parties and other gatherings—but to remain a good party host, your lawn needs some room to breathe. Core aerification can help.
Oaks are the primary hosts of the twolined chestnut borer. Some of the more frequently attacked species include red, white, and bur oak, scarlet, pin, and black oak, chestnut, post and live oak.
Two-spotted spider mites are difficult to control. They’re a pest to more than 150 different plant species. You can avoid spider mite encounters with these tips from your local, licensed Davey tree service professional.
Tree planting questions submitted by you, answered by our experts at the Davey Institute.
You want the best for your trees, and that includes making sure they are healthy. Here’s a great way to determine trees’ inner beauty.
Sometimes even healthy trees fail, but that doesn’t mean they should be ignored. Weakened trees can be high risk trees, and not all hazards are obvious. When tree defects do occur, know how to manage the problem—Davey can help.
Trees can enrich your life in so many ways. Planting or replacing a tree can have economic benefits as well. Besides your house, trees and shrubs are probably the most valuable assets on your property. A well-maintained landscape with mature trees can account for as much as 25 percent of a home’s market value.