How to Speed up Natural Tree Stump Rotting

25 April 2019
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If you have an old tree stump in your garden, then you may have decided to let it rot down naturally. If the stump isn't in your way, then it may not bother you too much right now. However, tree stumps don't necessarily rot away quickly. Even small stumps can last for months, and large stumps may take years to degrade on their own. Plus, if the tree stumps roots are firmly in the ground, they may still be supplying the stump with some nutrients. Read More 

Investigations Carried Out By Tree Removal Specialists

31 December 2018
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Although trees are a beautiful inclusion to your property, they can also be a dangerous hazard if they are in decline. And there are a host of reasons why your trees will need removal. From damage due to heavy storms or infestations that diminish the integrity of the tree, it is mandatory to have the trees removed by a tree service the moment that they lose their stability or start encroaching onto your property and that of others. Read More 

Recently Had A Tree Felled? Here Is Why You Should Enlist Stump Grinding Services

15 August 2018
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A healthy tree may significantly boost the attractiveness of your yard, but once a tree starts to decline due to either trauma or illness, it is imperative to have it cut down. But what happens with the stump? Some homeowners may believe that a tree stump is much better than having a dead tree, but the reality is a stump can be just as hazardous. From providing habitat to pests to posing the potential of spreading the dead tree's pathogens to your healthy plants, it is judicious to have this stump removed. Read More 

Mulch Ado About Nothing: Why Should I Mulch Sandy Soil, And What Type Of Mulch Should I Use?

15 February 2018
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A good quality mulch is one of the most versatile tools available to the avid gardener, and can be used on a wide variety of soils to improve the growth and health of the plants and seeds growing in it. However, few soil types benefit from a good mulching as much as dry, sandy soils, and covering them with a suitable mulch can turn your brown, wilting flowers and vegetables into tall, strong botanical marvels. Read More 

5 Things to Consider Before Building a Swimming Pool Near Trees

10 October 2017
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Adding a swimming pool to your backyard provides you with many benefits. You get to spend more quality time with your family, have another means of exercise and you'll be able to enjoy the Australian summer without melting in the heat. If there are trees in your yard however, you'll need to plan carefully. Trees and pools aren't always compatible. Plant near the wrong species of tree for example, and you might find yourself spending more time cleaning your pool than swimming in it. Read More