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Featured Arborist: Lou Meyer
Now is a great time to get outside, admire, and ensure all your trees are healthy.
According to Lou Meyer, the more time you prepare now, the less time you’ll spend reacting in spring.
Plus, your trees will emerge healthier and perform better when they awaken from dormancy.
Featured Arborist: Shawn Kingzette
Oak trees are one of the most loved trees. That is why the city of Chicago renamed the month of October to ‘OAKtober’ in 2015.
As beautiful as they are, Oak trees are also loved by tree pests and diseases such as Oak Wilt, Anthracnose, and Sudden Oak Death; just to name a few.
Learn how to save your magnificent Oaks from Chicago area arborist Shawn Kingzette.
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, and can present danger to unsuspecting property owners.
Learn from our expert arborists why some trees may be saved while others may be dying from the inside out and need to be removed.
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: