Must Read Blog: Common Symptoms To Look For That May Mean Your Tree Is Sick
Instead of risking property damage, personal injury, or even death it is important to take proactive care of your trees. Getting an arborist report for your trees on a regular basis will allow you to check them for illness, infestation, and decay, and can prevent the worst-case scenarios listed above.
If your tree has bark that is brittle and flaky, it is a sure sign of sickness. Healthy trees have pliable bark that has a soft texture.
Every so often branches fall or break after a storm, even on healthy trees. However, sick trees tend to have drooping branches that break off without any external cause. There may be rot or insect damage visible on the exterior, or the damage may be hidden inside of the tree.
When a tree is sick the state of the leaves is predominantly the first sign. Copious leaf fall and lifeless leaves are a sure sign of illness.
Tree roots can become waterlogged or get damaged by vehicles and lawnmowers. These types of damage are cumulative and can result in a sick tree. Fungus can also cause damage to the roots which will also cause a tree to fall ill.
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How We Can Help
It is critical for the health of your tree that you understand the signs of illness. In many cases, small issues can be treated, and tree health can be restored. In serious cases, tree removal may be the best course of action. Give Five Star Tree Services a call at (416) 990-3355 if you are concerned about the health of your trees. We are delighted to come by for an evaluation and offer advice or treatment if needed. We look forward to serving any of your future tree service needs!
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