Terry Shaw

How Do You Know When One Of Your Backyard Trees Is Dying?

28 March 2022
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All living things will eventually die, and while that might sound grim, it's something to remember when you consider the trees in your backyard. The lifespan of a tree will vary considerably, with some smaller trees (such as an ornamental cherry tree) only living for 15 to 20 years. You're unlikely to have a bristle stone pine tree in your backyard (since they're native to the US), but these trees can live for 5000 years (and counting). Read More …

Tree Care: 5 TopTips

12 November 2021
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If you're thinking about planting a tree in your garden for the first time, you may be looking for advice that will help you to care for the tree as it grows. Here are five tree care tips that will help your garden trees grow tall and healthy. Weeding Regular weeding is a must when you are growing a young sapling. The tree will want to grow large and tall, but weeds can compete with it for nutrients and water. Read More …

5 Reasons to Invest in Weed Control Treatment for Your Property

19 July 2021
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Weeds can ruin your property if you let them get out of hand. And once weeds become established in an area, they are difficult to eradicate. If you have a lawn to maintain or a budding vegetable patch that struggles to thrive because of weeds, weed control treatment may be necessary. With the appropriate weed control treatment, your property can benefit in various ways. 1. Prevent weeds from ever growing Read More …

5 Types of Storm Damage That Call for Tree Removal

5 March 2021
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A strong and healthy mature tree is a prized asset for a homeowner because of the many benefits that trees offer. Unfortunately, when a storm strikes and your tree suffers damage, your tree may no longer provide those benefits. Worse, a storm-damaged tree can even become a hazard to you and your home due to the damage suffered in a storm. Some types of storm damage call for tree removal. In these instances, the tree will likely die and become a hazard, or it no longer benefits the landscape. Read More …

Removing a Tree for Fire Management: How Straightforward Is It?

18 February 2021
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Removing a tree on your property can be a practical need. This can be the intention when the tree needs to be removed to eliminate a potential fire risk. Before you make plans to get rid of a tree that could endanger your home in the event of a fire, what do you need to know? In New South Wales Firstly, the matter has been simplified for residents of New South Wales, where the 10/50 legislation applies. Read More …