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What Plant AM I?
My nick name is Big Tree.
I am part three species of coniferous classified in the family of plants called Cupressaceae.
My family has three unique and well-adapted species.
My common name of me only naturally occurs in groves on the western slope of a Mt. range.
I am the largest living thing by volume.
My Lower branches die fairly readily from shading, but trees less than 100 years old retain most of their dead branches. My tree trunks…Continue
Enough is Enough
Please be aware that most broadleaf weed killers or post emergent herbicides can cause sub-lethal injuries and lethal death to valuable trees and plants. Herbicides whole intended purpose is to kill plants. If not delivered and applied correctly can and in most caused severe injuries that if not initially killed will likely placed into a stressful condition that will lead to death.
First and foremost READ the LABEL and understand the precautionary statements.…Continue
The purpose of the Ohio Chapter ISA Scholarship Program is to promote professional arboriculture within the state of Ohio. The goal is to assist individuals with the financial responsibility of professional arboricultural development through higher education in the field or via the International Society of Arboriculture Certified Arborist program
You can get the application at the Ohio Chapter ISA Website and tap the scholarship tab…Continue
If you own a home on a lot with mature trees, like many of us do, you should take time to look at your trees and determine whether or not they can be a threat to you or others. To limit your liability, you need to be sure that your trees are healthy and structurally sound, and you must, under the law, manage them so they will not cause damage to the public.
What we are talking about is the concept of “negligence,” defined as “The failure to do what a reasonable person should do to…Continue