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Fa la la la! It’s the most wonderful time of the year–and our favorite part of the season!
We get to head out with our family in search of the perfect Christmas tree.
Join Davey board certified master arborist R.J. Laverne as he shares tips for picking the Christmas tree.
Snow and ice that packs on to tree branches can lead to stress and potential damage. Being proactive before and after a snowfall can help maintain tree health.
Join Davey Canada arborist Allie Buchanan as she provides advice for prepping your trees for ice storms and helping them recover after a storm.
Let’s talk about soil and the importance of it when it comes to your tree’s health.
Chris Fields-Johnson gives the rundown on the importance of soil health and what you can do as a homeowner:
Featured Arborist: Tim Jackson
Severe weather can cause immediate damage to homes, roadways, and power lines. While clean-up may take a while, trees may not show evidence until much later.
These trees are called ‘Zombie Trees’ because they look alive on the outside, but they are really dying on the inside.
Davey Arborist Tim Jackson shares:
Featured Arborist: Shawn Kingzette
October has earned its name ‘OAKtober’ in Chicagoland.
Davey arborist Shawn Kingzette covers anything and everything you want and need to know about Oak trees:
Featured Arborist: Lou Meyer
Autumn is a great time to check your trees’ health as they prepare for the colder winter months. This is to ensure they are entering dormancy stress-free, so come spring they are healthy for a strong growing season.
Davey Arborist Lou Meyer shares a step-by-step guide on how to prepare your trees in fall for winter:
Featured Arborist: Josh Fritz
Have you ever wondered why leaves change color in the fall? The short answer is the result of a chemical reaction to prepare the trees for winter.
Hartney Greymont, a Davey Company, arborist Josh Fritz explores the science behind what gives leaves their fall foliage.
He also shares:
Davey arborist Jason Gaskill answers viewers' questions around the Spotted Lanternfly live from Ridley State Park! You even get a chance to see this invasive insect (pest) on a tree.
A few topics covered during the interview:
Davey arborist Jess Running gives viewers the 4-1-1 on this emerging Oak Borer that is rapidly spreading in California.
A few topics covered during the interview include: