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Knowledge Base

Learn about invasive species that affect our trees and foliage, how to prevent and protect your landscaping, when the best time to plant is + more.

Here are a few resources and recommendations we would like to pass along.

11 Most Common Tree Problems in Northeastern Wisconsin.

Click on each link to find out more about the
ten most common tree problems in northeastern Wisconsin.
          Emerald Ash Borer
          Scale Insect
          Bronze Birch Borer
          Dutch Elm Disease
          Gypsy Moth
          Injured Roots
          Japanese Beetles
          Rhizosphaera Needle Cast
          Two-Lined Chestnut Borer
          Urban Tree Stress

Helpful Hints & Hot Topics.

Monthly tips and tricks for better tree health.

  • Controlling Scale - Scale Insect was a big problem in 2015 and may be again in 2016. See how we can help control scale insect.

  • Calculation for Figuring Out Cubic Yards
    Foot Depth = LxW:27:by depth in Inches (12")
    (If 1" divide by 12)     (If 3" divide by 4)
    (If 2" divide by 6)       (If 4" divide by 3)

  • Birch Tree Decline - Door County is home to some of the most beautiful Birch forests. Help combat Birch Tree Decline with watering, mulching and the use of pesticides to prevent Birch Bore. Contact us to learn more details.

Tree Care & Association Links.

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources - Learn more about forest health and protection including information about insects, diseases, invasive plants, and more.

Wisconsin Arborist Association - Their mission is 'Improving the understanding of trees and the practice of arboriculture'.

International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) - A worldwide professional organization dedicated to fostering a greater appreciation for trees and to promoting research, technology, and the
professional practice of arboriculture.

Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) - Established in 1938 as the National Arborist Association, the TCIA develops safety and education programs, standards of tree care practice, and management information for arboriculture firms around the world.

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