This look familiar? That's because you probably have several in your Urban Forest!
We're going to have to get a little scientific on you for this post. For the nerd at heart who needs to know why Bio-Carbon (BioChar) is the best thing out there for your trees? This ones for you!
Debuted at our annual Wood Awards, we wanted to honor and recognize the entire A Plus Tree team for their exceptional leadership, hard work, contribution to the company, and for going above and beyond the call of duty; And what better way to do that than with another A Plus Tree Movie Trailer??
Last week one of our crews masterfully removed a palm while keeping a live honey beehive intact so it could be re-located nearby.
Introducing our revolutionary Drought Mitigation Program that will cut watering dramatically, promote a healthier root system, recondition soil, improve over-all tree health, and reduce those pesky, destructive roots to your sidewalks.
It seems like everything is being blamed on the drought lately, but can we blame tree/limb failure on it too? It’s currently being argued within the Arboriculture community, mainly because there isn’t enough data over a long enough period of time to support a correlation.
How does an arborist stay environmentally sound and socially responsible when it comes to cutting down and recycling trees?
We’re glad you asked.
For the arborist, it’s all about having total control and knowledge of resources, managing them properly, and being able to plan ahead. Thankfully our tree tracking app, ArborPLUS, makes this easy. The app allows the arborist to seamlessly record thousands of trees, including specific information about their health. With ArborPLUS, the arborist can strategize recycling efforts before making last minute decisions or rushing to find a home for his lumber.
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