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#44: What Ails Your Tree

In the urban forest, insects and disease pests vie with urban sprawl and construction for the top cause of tree mortality. How is one to know a serious threat from a harmless and temporary problem? And where does one turn for help? This bulletin will teach you what to look for and how to communicate with professionals who can tell you how to help your tree – if, in fact, it does need help.

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#15: Tree Risk Assessment — Recognizing & Preventing Hazard Trees

Worrying about hazards has resulted in the unnecessary removal of many trees. Although the problem of hazard trees needs to be addressed by every landowner and land manager, removal should be an act of last resort. Instead, some technical knowledge and a lot of common sense are the keys to preventing injuries, property damage and lawsuits due to unsafe trees. In this bulletin, some of the signs that warn about dangerous trees are presented, as well as a reminder that those of us who own or manage trees are, indeed, responsible for the safety of people and property in the vicinity of our trees.

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#4: The Right Tree for the Right Place

Anyone can list the many benefits of trees – shade, beauty, windbreak, privacy, cleaner air, less noise, less glare, and higher property values to name a few. But the key to these benefits is to select the right tree and plant it in the right place. The right tree in the right place not only assures a lifetime of satisfaction, it also keeps maintenance costs low. This bulletin poses the questions of environmental and tree factors to consider when selecting the right tree for your landscape

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#75: How to Make Trees Storm Resistant

There are some things in life you can’t do anything about, and the weather is one of them. When storms strike — and they inevitably do — trees suffer and can harm people and property. This bulletin addresses some preemptive steps you can take to avoid much of the trouble.

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#1: How to Prune Young Shade Trees

This illustrated, easy-to-follow guide teaches you how to shape and guide a shade tree when it's young so that it is tall, straight, and healthy when it's old. "How to Prune" includes step-by-step drawings showing how proper pruning in the early years of a tree's life can save money in the long run and result in safer, more beautiful, healthy, easy-to-maintain trees. The guide is easy to browse and shows you why tree paint isn't necessary, even on large cuts, how to select and care for pruning tools, and more.

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