4 Uses For Tree Stump Grindings
21 June 2017
When you have a tree removed from your property, the stump can be removed to below ground level with a grinder. This will leave you with wood chippings that can be disposed of by the tree removal company or put to good use around your garden. Here are four ways you can use tree stump grindings:
Using stump grindings as mulch is an easy and inexpensive way of supressing weeds, retaining moisture around your plants and keeping the soil cool, which delicate young roots will thank you for.
4 Ways To Put A Tree Stump To Good Use
15 June 2017
When you have a tree removed from your garden, you can choose to have the stump treated with a chemical stump remover, have it removed to below ground level with a grinder or leave it in place. If you choose the latter, the stump doesn't have to be a distracting feature in your garden that serves no purpose. Here are four ways you can put a tree stump to good use:
When Cars Collide with Trees: Can a Tree Survive a Collision with a Car?
14 June 2017
Trees are surprisingly hardy life forms. They can survive severe winters, endure scorching summers and even shrug off a lightning strike. However, despite their ability to stand up to the elements and the forces of nature, they often fall prey to unnatural forces. Construction, land clearance, vandalism and accidents can cause trees health to decline, leading to their eventual death.
Unfortunately, when a car strikes a tree, it can end badly for both parties.
Tree Management: The Different Forms of Pruning
13 June 2017
For your trees to stay healthy and in good structural condition, they need occasional pruning. Since this pruning is necessary on a routine basis, some individuals may choose to do it on their own in an attempt to cut down the maintenance expenses of their trees. Despite this seeming like a logical approach, the reality is that you could be causing irrevocable damage to your trees. Bear in mind that tree pruning is conducted in various ways depending on what the immediate needs of your tree are.