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How to Care For Your Trees

Hello, my name is Roger and this is my new tree service blog. I am lucky enough to live out in the Australian Bush which means that I have plenty of room for growing fruit trees. There is nothing better than tasting an apple which you have grown yourself. However, fruit trees also require a lot of love and care. I am not an expert gardener and so when I moved into this place, I really didn't have a clue how to manage an orchard. Thankfully, the local tree service have really helped me out and taught me some cool things about tree care.

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The Ultimate Guide to Controlling Weeds: Tips to Get the Upper Hand
11 August 2022

Weeds are pesky plants that can easily take over y

Should You Keep Stump Grindings?
15 February 2022

Old tree stumps generally shouldn't remain in the

Reasons To Remove a Tree and How To Tell if It's Dead or Diseased
24 September 2021

You might have a tree in your yard that you suspec

When Should You Hire Tree Removal Services? 3 Signs Your Trees Need To Be Removed
23 June 2021

Unlike trees growing in the forest, those you've p

Considerations When Planting a Tree in Your Backyard
13 October 2020

You need to think carefully when planting a tree i

The Ultimate Guide to Controlling Weeds: Tips to Get the Upper Hand

Weeds are pesky plants that can easily take over your garden or lawn if you're not careful. But don't worry; there are plenty of ways to control weeds and get the upper hand. Here are some tips to help you out.  Pull Them Out Weeds compete with your plants for water, sunlight and space. This competition can stunt the growth of your plants and make them more susceptible to disease. That's why you need to pull weeds out as soon as you see them. Read More 

Should You Keep Stump Grindings?

Old tree stumps generally shouldn't remain in the ground in your yard; once the rest of the tree is removed, the stumps need to be dug up as well. The stumps can be removed from the property or ground up into what looks like mulch. If you have the stump ground up, the easiest option is to keep the stump grindings, but there are a couple of issues that make removing the grindings the better choice. Read More