TREE TOPICS - A Newsletter From Your Friends At Arborilogical Services, Inc.
Vol. 14 • Issue 2 - DALLAS 972-442-1524 • FT. WORTH 817-849-1160
TOLL FREE • 866-55 ARBOR • WINTER 2008
by Russell Peters We thought it would be helpful to discuss the value of some of the components in our formulated custom organic mixture which are the foundation of our deep root fertilizer programs. Arborilogical Services injects our custom formulated, organic mixture as a liquid suspension into the top 8-12 inches of soil where the [...]
by Chris Brewer Many of our clients have one or more multi-stemmed trees on their property. These trees require more scrutiny than a single-stemmed tree. There are three classifications of trees with more than one stem. 1. single trees planted in close groups 2. trees which have grown from rootstock or from a tree stump [...]
Organics versus Chemicals Caring for Plants & Ecosystems by Steve Houser – President/Owner Are you pro organic or pro chemical? As an Arborist, Naturalist, and Gardener, my answer is, “I am pro common sense and pro research.” The media often portray organics as good, and chemicals, or synthetic chemicals to be more accurate, as bad. [...]
The Tree Climbing Championship Report by Kevin Bassett 2008 was a great year for the tree climbing Arborists on our staff. The Texas Tree Climbing Championship was held in May at Trinity Park in Fort Worth. Known for its massive Bur Oaks, the trees in Trinity Park provided an incredible challenge for the best climbers [...]