Tag: tree care

Women’s Tree Climbing Workshop

Mission Unstoppable: Women In Trees

In 2009, Melissa LeVangie Ingersoll, Bear LeVangie, and Rebecca Seibel established the Women’s Tree Climbing Workshop (WTCW) with a goal to create a safe,...
Doug Tallamy

Why Mighty Oaks Should Be On Your Planting List

To many, Doug Tallamy needs no introduction. A renowned ecologist, his 2020 NY Times Best Seller, Nature’s Best Hope, showed homeowners how to turn...
Transplant Trees

Improving Transplant Success Of Container-Grown Trees

Cregg and Rouse are involved in a research project at Michigan State University on “Improving transplant success of container-grown landscape trees.” Here are some...
Tree Care

Tree Services: Taking Tree Care To New Heights

EDITOR'S LETTER As an editor, you simply can’t be planning a main issue on Sustainable Landscaping and a special issue on Tree Care without Dr....
spongy moth

A New Name For An Old Pest & A Treatment Reminder

For more than 100 years, Lymantria dispar, once known as "Gypsy moth," had a common name based on a derogatory slur for people of...
Map-based software

Win More Work With This Tree Tech

One of the best opportunities to differentiate your tree care services to potential clients is with a strong proposal. This small window of time...
Turf Fall 2021 Issue

Turf Winter 2021 Issue

Editor's Letter: Raise Your Glass "At the end of each landscaping season most owners are either raising their glasses or scratching their heads,” writes Josh...
pests Spotted Lanternfly

Three Tree & Shrub Pests To Watch

Last December, a CNN article declared 2020 as the year of scary bugs. But 2021 has perhaps been worse with the return of the...
Leaf mulching

Fall Leaf Mulching

For those in landscaping, fall is one of the hardest working seasons of the year with shorter daylight hours, large projects wrapping up, and...
tree care

Tree Services: Taking Tree Care To New Heights

Editor's Letter It finally happened this summer. Standing on my porch, a flicker caught my eye and there it was—a spotted lanternfly (SLF). I had...
Flight 93 National Memorial

Forest Service Helps Defend 9/11 Witness Trees From Insect Threat

By Melanie Brezniak Eastern Region, USDA Forest Service Twenty years have passed since the 9/11 attacks, yet there’s a feeling of permanence in a hemlock grove...
NYC Parks

Out With The Old (Trees), In With The New

ADM Landscape Corporation, a full-service design, build and maintenance landscaping firm, received approval from NYC Parks Forestry to remove 20 wild-grown, City-owned “weed trees,”...
water

Summer Tree Watering: Measurable Tips For When & How Much

It's hot and dry and you suspect your client's trees need watering. But how do you know for sure, and how much water is...
OSHA

OSHA Issues Updated Guidance For Tree Care Industry Inspections

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued a memorandum updating its enforcement guidance for compliance safety and health...
trees

Late Summer Tree Care

Late summer is a good time to look for potential problems in your customers’ landscapes. Early leaf color changes or drop, galls on external...
tree care products

Get Equipped: Tree Care Products

Take a look at this assortment of tree care products that can improve and add value to your professional lawn care and landscaping services. BC1500...
Summer 2021 Issue

Turf Summer 2021 Issue

Editor's Letter: Good, Better, Best In the Turf Summer 2021 issue, we focus on Sustainability & Going Green—a topic close to my heart. In my...
Tree diseases

Three Tree Diseases To Watch

Tree diseases continue to be a problem throughout the country causing harm and threatening otherwise healthy trees. The Davey Tree Expert Company’s Diagnostic Laboratory...
landscaping

SingleOps Software Surveys Users On State Of Business In 2020

This month, SingleOps, a business management software for outdoor service providers, published its 2021 Green Industry Economic Report. The report includes data from thousands...

Husqvarna Launches 525DEPS MADSAW

MADSAW, the first and only dielectric gas-powered pole saw for tree care and utility professionals, sets a benchmark for performance, versatility, safety.
Buddleia Violet

Outsmarting Invasives

Today’s low seed set sterile cultivars are not your parent’s Bradford Pears.

Arbor Day: Canopy Report Reveals America’s Favorite Tree & More

On this Arbor Day 2024, did you know that If trees could talk, Americans would want them to sound like Morgan Freeman? This and more serious statistics can be found in the "The Canopy Report," a new consumer report on how America sees trees by The Arbor Day Foundation.

Featured Videos

[VIDEO] Dickies®: Discover Workwear That’s Anything But Uniform

Looking for uniform solutions for your large team? An unmatched inventory and versatile looks are just a few reasons why companies trust Dickies®.

Volvo CE Launches Updated L30 & L35 Compact Wheel Loaders

Customers looking for 1.3–1.6 yd3(1.0–1.2 m3) bucket capacity or 2.4- to 2.6-ton fork payload will experience faster work cycles, improved maneuverability, tractive force and performance.
Design-Build Equipment

Get Equipped: Design-Build Equipment

From trenchers to compact track loaders and excavators, this assortment of design-build equipment will help your professional lawn care and landscaping services team get the job done.
Autonomous Snow Plow

Remote-Operated, Autonomous Industrial Snow Plow Hits The Market

Teleo and Storm Equipment have introduced America’s only remote-operated and autonomous industrial snow plow.
Vulcan

Proposed Tax Break For Government Snow Removal Equipment In CA

California Senate Bill 546 proposes an exemption from the state sales and use tax for public entities purchasing dedicated snow removal vehicles.