Sick Trees

Sick Trees

dead treeLook for any of the following. While this is not a complete list, if you do notice any of these on your property, it might be a good idea to
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Warning Signs.
Presence of dead or dying trees
Presence of dead limbs
Insect and disease problems
Trees hitting a building
Branches rubbing on the roof
Beginning construction near trees
Storm clean-up
tree stumpMaintenance to prevent storm damage to trees
Visible signs of decay or cavities in the trunk or branches
A history of falling branches
Any fungal fruiting bodies attached to the trunk or branches
Any cracks or splits in the trunk or branches
Any signs of termite activity
Unseasonal leaf drop or flower production
Large heavy branches that don’t taper off in thickness towards the end
Any unusual swollen areas at the base of the trunk
Any root damage in the last ten years
Any dead branches hung up in the canopy
Any signs of branches dying back in the canopy

Pine Beetles are worse this year than previous years. We believe it is from the hurricanes stressing the trees, and if sick trees are not removed they will spead to your other pine trees and kill them as well. Signs to look for: sawdust around base of tree and or little red maroon colored balls of gummy sap oozing from the tree.

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