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Citrus Tree Care 29/04/2019 Grant Beatt

Citrus Tree Care

Edible landscaping is becoming more important in our Florida landscapes. Citrus trees are both useful as ornamental trees and can provide an abundance of delicious fruit for the homeowner. Citrus requires regular maintenance in the landscape. Irrigation, fertilization, weed, pest and disease control are all important considerations when planning and implementing an edible land scape. […]

Tree Watering 101 29/04/2019 Grant Beatt

Tree Watering 101

How does excess water affect trees? Soil saturation occurs when water fills in the spaces between soil particles that are normally occupied by air. When this happens, oxygen is no longer available to tree roots for respiration. If this occurs frequently, roots will eventually suffocate and die. Wet soil can also create favorable conditions for […]

Palm Problems and Disorders 29/04/2019 Grant Beatt

Palm Problems and Disorders

Palm disorders are eliminated with proper palm selection and placement. However, if yours is like most homes in our area, one or more of the rules listed below have been skipped or are not available on the site. For instance, a palm that prefers dry conditions planted with flowers at the base so the roots […]

Shade Trees Hurricanes And Southwest Florida 12/06/2017 Grant Beatt

Shade Trees Hurricanes And Southwest Florida

Yes, Hurricane Irma was an inconvenience and so will future storms. Therefore it is imperative that we learn to preserve our urban tree canopy. Research over the years has confirmed the significant value and benefits that mature urban trees offer to our neighborhoods. Many of our neighborhoods have smaller trees that were decimated by Irma’s […]

Why Hire An Arborist? 12/06/2017 Grant Beatt

Why Hire An Arborist?

Proper tree care is an investment that can lead to substantial returns. Well-cared-for trees are attractive and can add considerable value to your property. Poorly maintained trees can be a significant liability. Pruning or removing trees, especially large trees, can be dangerous work. Tree work should be done only by those trained and equipped to […]

Palm Care After Hurricane Irma 12/06/2017 Grant Beatt

Palm Care After Hurricane Irma

It is true that many palm species are adapted to high velocity winds. However, a hurricane can damage even the most wind tolerant palm. The apical meristem, also known as the “bud” is the active cell division area of the palm. The apical meristem is found at the top of the trunk and is surrounded […]

Choosing the Right Palms For Your Landscape 12/06/2017 Grant Beatt

Choosing the Right Palms For Your Landscape

When choosing a palm for your landscape, the following considerations should be taken into account: Is the Palm being planted for a windbreak or a screen (clumping Palm)? Is the Palm being planted for a focal point? Does the planting spacing location lend itself to a large, medium, or small Palm? Are they overhead or […]

Palm Tree Nutrition 12/06/2017 Grant Beatt

Palm Tree Nutrition

Proper fertilization is one of the most important factors in maintaining good palm health and appearance, especially on Florida’s nutrient-poor soils. Potassium and Magnesium are deficient in most Florida sandy soils. There are a number of fertilizers that typically have 30% to 50% or less of their N and K in a controlled release form, […]

The Arborist Code of Ethics 12/06/2016 Grant Beatt

The Arborist Code of Ethics

We Abide By The Arborist Code of Ethics! Strive for continuous self-development by increasing their qualifications and technical proficiency by staying abreast of technological and scientific developments affecting the profession. Not misuse or omit material facts in promoting technical information, products or services if the effect would be to mislead or misrepresent. Hold paramount the […]


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