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The Best Way to Protect Your Trees From Freeze-Damage
Weather in Texas is a bit unpredictable, to the point we can predict it will be unpredictable. With 2021 winter storm and freeze have made everyone more aware and concerned about how to protect trees…
How to Water Your Tree During a Drought
True or false, sprinkler systems are enough to water your tree? False, sprinklers are designed to water your sod not your tree. Amy Heath, Owner of Texas Tree Surgeons and ISA Board Certified Master Arborist®…
Hackberry Leafrollers are Back!
In September 2022, we saw an infestation of small, green worms and their webs on hackberries in North Texas. With the reappearance of the hackberry leafroller moth larvae in August 2023, our recommendations for how…
Why Shouldn’t We Treat for Aphids?
The recent explosion of aphid activity in North Texas caused frustration and concern among tree owners and anyone who has encountered the sticky mess that aphids cause. When aphids have matured and are feeding (and…
What’s Wrong With All These Trees?
Just as with extreme winter weather, intense summer heat and lack of rainfall can create stressful and dangerous situations for trees. The drought conditions we endured for the summer of 2022 dried out area lakes…